When interior designer Lindsay Chambers initially moved into her Pacific Palisades property, the 216-sq.-foot kitchen was in a gutted, unfinished sheetrock point out. “It was a dim rectangle with lower ceilings,” she recalls. “There was not a good deal of organic light-weight in the house, so the obstacle was to make the room come to feel brilliant, even even though it started out out feeling dark and enclosed.” So she set out to reconfigure the total space, aiming to elevate the style and design “so that it felt architecturally appealing as very well as gentle and welcoming,” she explains.

Echoing the fashion of French transitional farmhouses, Chambers sourced the range—along with the oak beams and limestone flooring—from France. “The apothecary-encouraged island and backsplash and ceiling tile also reference European design features,” she notes.

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Seeking to blend indoors and out, she razed the wall in concerning, allowing you to wander out onto the back again patio right from the kitchen. “I also opened up the back again wall with flooring-to-ceiling Andersen wooden glass sliders and continued the French limestone flooring [from Exquisite Surfaces] in the kitchen to the outdoors patio to more connect the two areas,” she states.

The designer integrated loads of organic features, these as stone and metallic, into the mix to make the kitchen feel a lot more organic and earthy. Walnut and leather-based stools from Thomas Hayes flank the custom island (manufactured with walnut wooden and topped with Calacatta marble), though all-natural rust pendants with plaster white shades from Circa Lights dangle above.

White custom cabinetry is complemented by a blue granite and Calacatta marble countertop, alongside a bronze-and-quartz open shelving device from Spivak Patterns that holds Crate & Barrel glassware and a charcuterie board from Etuhome.

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Between the room’s most noteworthy attributes are the handmade White Fez Moroccan tiling on the ceiling and handcrafted burgundy stove with brass accents from Lacanche.

“I chosen the stove to give the kitchen area a pleasurable pop of shade,” the designer reveals. “It’s also been a great conversation piece.”

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