|All photos by Niya Bascom Photography|
Might be a bit too late to say happy new year, but we are at least happy to share our latest completed project - a kitchen and mudroom refresher. Pardon our lack of humility but we LOVE how this one turned out. People often ask "what is IDI's style?". I would say that this look comes very close to it - minimal, clean simplicity that showcases an eclectic mix of pieces and LOTS of vintage finds. Niya would probably say it needs more color, but we both agree that all the textures gives this kitchen and mudroom great personality.
|We had these vintage metal chairs for awhile and so decided to pair them with this reclaimed West Elm table. The fabric was a recent find. The light fixture is also an antique.|
|The pair of Eames chairs (background) keeps the space light while balancing color and contrast.|
|A pop of red and a ton of art makes this muddy mud-room a treat to walk through, The glass door was added to further winterize the house while the antique handle was refinished to add some character.|
|The brick chimney with it's multiple paint layers brings some color into the space while the old church pew completes the seating arrangement.|