We’re taking a look inside this light and bright kitchen that was recently showcased on the DIY Network’s Blog Cabin. A white on white color palette is perfect for an open concept kitchen. White cabinets paired with sparkling bright white Moroccan Fish Scales tiles give new life to the space and add to the aquamarine theme of this coastal cabin. Extending the backsplash all the way to the ceiling creates a bold and beautiful statement. Scroll down to see the entire kitchen, find out more about the design inspiration and learn how you can achieve this look for your space.
One great thing about using white tiles is the endless possibilities for ways that you can style it with decorations! Did someone say a shopping trip to Anthropologie, West Elm, or CB2? We would not be opposed! We love the simplicity of the silver and grey scale that is similar to the white, glossy tile. We also love the way the handmade basket compliments the handmade quality of each unique Moroccan Fish Scale tile!
Our 11 Deco White glaze, while not a high variation glaze, still shows the subtleties of our hand brushed colors. In just the right light, you can see our modest brush strokes - adding to the character of these handmade gems. If you’ve been following us for a while, you have probably heard us talk about tile variation. If not, you can read more on our Glaze 101 blog! We love this glaze and we think it goes perfectly with the white cabinets, the subtle texture of this white, hand brushed color is the perfect complement. For more of our favorite bright white tile installations, check them out here. The light grey grout that was used also helps to allow the unique shape of Moroccan Fish Scales to be clearly seen.
Open shelving with clear blue glass foundations was also a stellar choice. It allows two great things: the ability to display those gorgeous bowls and decor items that otherwise would be hidden in cabinets, and of course the ability to show more of the TILE! Which we get pretty excited about ;). This kitchen shows a great balance of exposed shelves and closed cabinets so that the items you don’t want exposed at all times can also be hidden behind a white cabinet.
How amazing is that oxidized blue wall under the kitchen island? We love homeowners that choose to go bold with their design!
Photos by Christopher Shane
Large Moroccan Fish Scales – 11 Deco White
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