A Bright, Graphic Kitchen with Neon Pops

A Bright, Graphic Kitchen with Neon Pops

Adrienne Breaux
May 7, 2012

If money were no object, what would my kitchen look like? I often wonder. I'd keep the basic architectural items white: white subway tiles on a wall, white farmhouse kitchen sink, glossy white kitchen cabinets and white counter tops (marble or quartz).

But then I'd shake things up with an accent wall with a gorgeous modern pattern, like wallpaper from Brooklyn-based company Eskayel. I'd add colorful pops of neon color with light fixtures and art. I'd surprise the eyes with a colored faucet and maybe even a colored appliance or two. I'd ground the space with a dark, textured, patterned rug. I'd be sure to include my favorite shape: a geodesic sphere, and some greenery for color and life. Some resources I'd pull from:

1) Eskayel Bali Stripe Wallpaper $595
2) Rohl Shaws Rutherford Bowl Apron All Kitchen Sink $2,566
3) Glossy white IKEA kitchen cabinets
4) Restoration Hardware Geodesic Terrarium $295
5) Koskela Bye Bye Birdy lights
6) Ludovica and Roberto Palomba-designed blue faucet by Zucchetti
7) Kite Kilim Rug $49 - $699
8) Subway Tile spotted in Ryan's Stunning San Francisco Remodel (a good resource: Subway Ceramics)
9) Rachel Castle Original Embroidery "The Sun Still Shines" $1000

What would your dream kitchen look like if money were no object?

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