Here, 7 ways to add color, pattern, and sheen to your kitchen.
1. Gilded Age
Designed by Kelly Wearstler, the “Utopia” five-arm chandelier from Circa Lighting lights up your space with pure glamour. Inspired by the California coastal landscape, Wearstler juxtaposed her signature carved bronze technique with glass for extra drama.
2. True Love
Have an appetite for commercial-grade appliances and intriguing finishes? True has the luxe refrigerator for you. The True 42 in slate pearl provides professional performance in an eye-catching metallic black package.
3. Dip a Toe in Color
As alluring as the Mediterranean Sea, the blue of this range from Bertazzoni, called Azzurro and available at Pirch showrooms, brings a splash of color to the kitchen. The ranges are finished with a double-layer coating developed for the automobile industry—in fact, they’re painted right alongside sexy Italian sports cars.
4. Mélange of Metals
Stainless steel, you’re no longer the only game in town. California Faucets offers the sleek and streamlined “Corsano” with pull-down spray head and your choice of finish for both the faucet and the flexible outer spring. Choose from 15 finishes, including weathered brass or copper with carbon black spring and antique brass with black nickel spring. Or go with stainless steel. We won’t judge.
5. Put a Cherry on Top
When it came to color, your options used to be for everything but the kitchen sink. No more, thanks to Elkay, which has introduced six colors, including Maraschino, in the Quartz Luxe sink collection. Made of a material that combines quartz with a UV-stable acrylic resin, these beauties are fade-resistant, durable, easy to clean, and smooth as satin.
6. Captivating Copper
Defined by strong architecture, artisan cooking, and simple sophistication, the Flanders region of Belgium inspired the Culinarium collection for the kitchen by Christopher Peacock. The bespoke copper hardware and fixtures bring an au courant yet timeless glow that enlivens and elevates the traditional white kitchen.
7. Art of the Backsplash
The range wall becomes a true focal point when it’s done in a head-turning mosaic pattern. Inspired by a textural damask fabric from Rogers & Goffigon, Sara Baldwin of New Ravenna designed the “Kingston Lacy” hand-cut natural stone mosaic, shown here in Calacatta Tia and Bardiglio, to make the range niche a work of art.