Today’s color cues come from this Southwestern-meets-Tuscan style kitchen seen in our April issue. This before and after transformation was designed by Kathryn LeMaster of Kathryn J. LeMaster Art & Design. Homeowners Jessica and Clay Barber are parents to five boys and needed to completely rethink their kitchen space. By removing a divisive dining peninsula, adding banquette window seating and removing some upper cabinets, she was able to improve traffic flow and balance out the space. LeMaster also introduced an airy color palette to help create the illusion of a more spacious room. She carefully selected materials, such as chestnut hardwood floors, distressed mango-wood breakfast table, bronze hardware, understated travertine herringbone-pattern backsplash and earth-toned granite countertops, along with turquoise and orange accents, which all add to the Southwestern flair in this traditional space. Be sure to read the full story online here.
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