Updated: Jul 10
I have become obsessed with La Cornue ranges! When I saw this article in Traditional Home's Spring 2020 issue, I simple had to share it!
Designer Matthew Quinn did a beautiful job in adding a fresh face to a traditional kitchen. This kitchen skillfully incorporates modern touches like the black-framed windows, the ship-lap, and pop of navy. However, it keeps a very traditional look by using heavy molding, plenty of fabric as well as my favorite La Cornue range!
This kitchen has 2 pantry's-one is for food the other is a bar. The clever design of both pantry's makes them look like pieces of furniture. Adding the navy makes them stand out and become shining stars of this kitchen. The way that both pantries are incorporated into the overall kitchen design makes this kitchen design so beautiful and unique.
Who wouldn't want to come home to this kitchen? I know I sure would!!
I've included many of the resources and links for many of the items in this beautiful kitchen design. Feel free to reach out to me if you see something you would like help finding.
Paint: Benjamine Moore
Range: La Cornue Range
Designer: Matthew Quinn
Faucet: Rohl Home
Wall oven and refrigerator
Lighting: homeowners collection
Get the look
This is not the exact paisley fabric used on these dining chairs but will give you the same look.