This Alabama kitchen we spotted over at Cococozy was designed by Tracery Interiors and has a distinctly different feeling from those we're used to seeing in the city. We've completely fallen in love with its rustic elegance.
Though renovated, the space remains in the style of the 1920s Spanish Revival home, but with a few nods to modern design and convenience. The layering of traditional materials like wood, brick, and ceramic in refined patterns works with the subtle additions of modern architecture in the way of glass and steel. One prominent feature is the choice of cabinet styles in different stains throughout the kitchen that give it a sense of having been built over time. Another highlight is the custom cutout in the area above the range.
It's a wonderful thing when designers strike that delicate balance between staying true to the modern materials and techniques of their day while respecting the heritage of an old place. This kitchen seamlessly blends two disparate styles into one gorgeous space.
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Images: Tracery Interiors