Smart Surface Updates Add Big Style to a Small Alabama Kitchen






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First on her list of to-dos: painting the ’90s-era dull brown cabinets, which were in good shape despite their dated appearance. Selecting a neutral gray paint color allowed for more playful choices in other fixtures and accessories. “I’m a designer who likes to have one wow per room, and the backsplash we chose was this room’s wow,” Flake says of the gray, black, and white oval tiles – a modern take on traditional penny tile. “Focal points don’t have to be expensive, although small kitchens are the best place to use a backsplash that is above average in price.”



Roman shades in the kitchen and adjacent home ofce (formerly a laundry room) bring in more fresh color and pattern. “We loved that fabric because it had all of the colors we needed, and it added another fun element to the room without getting too whimsical,” Flake says.
Bookcases surrounding the pantry door only needed a new coat of paint. To hide the pantry contents, the glass panels were sandblasted. 

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A casual dining area just around the corner includes a banquette upholstered in dark gray faux leather to tie in with the kitchen’s classic color scheme. “Gray looks good with everything,” Flake says. This small but-mighty kitchen proves it.






Stainless-steel appliances, travertine-tile flooring, and marble countertops -sourced from an Alabama quarry – complete the classic-with-a-twist design. The peninsula’s rounded edge is both pretty and practical; its deep overhang allows Louise to tuck a pair of stools underneath. The stools are painted the same shade of gray as the cabinetry for a unified look.


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