Rock star Miami kitchen

Posted on Thu, 10 May 2012 by KiM

Ruben D Gutierrez of Errez Design sent us photos of one of yet another of his latest projects. (See previous projects herehere and here). Here are some details: I wanted to share some images of a kitchen we just renovated in Miami, FL. This kitchen was designed for a fun creative guy who loves rock and roll and gourmet food. We wanted to make the kitchen feel like it belonged in a 1930’s house but still pop with bold colors and edgy patterns. We used a yellow and grey geometric wallpaper from Jonathan Adler on the ceiling. The yellow tones are also found on the hardwood floors. Classic charcoal grey cabinetry was paired with white marble and white ceramic tile for contrast. Vintage library lamps illuminate the open aluminum shelving. What a fun, bold kitchen! Love it all – the yellow accents, door hardware, wallpaper on the ceiling(!!!), subway tiles…. 

oregonbird says:

Continuing the frosted glass of the cabinetry to the door added depth exactly where it was needed. The open shelves and lighting might be set up for display, but when work creeps in, they're going to be just as stylish. The only thing I would change is the range — I like gas, and visually, big iron or aluminum trivets would have echoed the designer's devotion to the 90 degree angle. Small kitchen, big success.

Anthony says:

Strange place to keep a guitar.

Meitar says:

Cute, but definitely not belonged in a 30's house..

secretsociety says:

I love every square inch of this kitchen!!!!!!!

Lauren says:

This kitchen is so happy. I adore the ceiling treatment. Hell, I adore pretty much everything.

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