I don’t know what it is about this kitchen from Tracery Interiors. This kitchen is a new addition to a 1920’s Spanish revival home in Homewood, Alabama. There is something so intriguing about this space so interesting…I don’t really know where to start…let’s see…I’ll try…
First…who has a dish room or maybe modern butler’s pantry that is bigger than some houses? The dish room may be the size of the living room in my tiny tiny tiny tiny cottage in the Hollywood Hills! The dish room alone is a place where I could hang out.
Second…I love the wood used for the cabinets…a dark stained rough look. I like it.
Third…the skylight…a kitchen with a skylight…perfect…
Fourth…the interesting almost Moorish cut out shape for the range hood. The stove is hand built from France! Whoa.
Fifth…the massive wood topped island.
Sixth…the Saltillo tile floors…something very rustic about these.
I think I would call this style Modern Moor!
Nice job Tracery Interiors! They have offices it seems in Rosemary Beach, Florida and in Alabama.
What do you think of this kitchen? Do you find it as interesting as I do?
Happy Monday everyone! Hope you have a fantastic day!