22nd Street Project

When it comes to a bright, monochromatic kitchen, it's all in the details. All-white kitchens are the number one request we receive. You might see a lot of people churning out white kitchens, but it's the subtle, yet large design decisions that can take a kitchen to the next level.

Before:

22nd Street Project | Before

The formica countertops with a L-shaped island, attached barstools, and dated hardware made this kitchen look like a standard, cookie-cutter home from the 90s.

22nd Street Project | Before

After:

22nd Street Project | Studio McGee

We used medium gray barstools with a bamboo detail as a soft, natural contrast to the brass fixtures and hardware. To complement the bamboo design, we installed a gray grasscloth wallpaper on the inside of the shelves. The gray in the stools and wallpaper are accented by the gray veins in the Carrara marble countertop.

22nd Street Project | Studio McGee
22nd Street Project | Studio McGee
22nd Street Project | Studio McGee
22nd Street Project

The island is ginormous! The family has six kids, so they needed lots of seating and horizontal surfaces to accommodate cooking, eating, and entertaining.

22nd Street Project | Studio McGee
22nd Street Project | Studio McGee
22nd Street Project

We styled the kitchen with soft, natural details. The cutting boards were tied in by a crock of hand-craved bamboo spoons, which added a natural element to the space.