Back in October, we teamed up with our friends at Delta Faucet for a unique giveaway that included a mood board designed by Wit & Delight, a one-hour phone consultation about your design project, and a free suite of Touch2O Technology products for your kitchen to make the vision a reality.
Today, we are very excited to announce our lucky winner!
Huge congratulations to Christian Figueroa! We have been thrilled to work with you and help make your kitchen remodel dreams come true.
We put together two mood boards and a final edit for Christian based on his ultimate dream kitchen. With two styles detailed, Christian’s options range from an eclectic look featuring old-world lighting and Moroccan tile to a design featuring clean lines, classic materials, and the warmth of wood.
I love how this mood board balances transitional style with bohemian and rustic trends. A simple gray and white textured Herringbone tile backsplash makes it easy to incorporate plants, rugs, and brass for texture.
An updated take on a classic look. The use of warm wood and clean lines makes this space decidedly masculine, but far from dark and cavernous. I’m really loving the way this retro style looks with sleek stainless appliances, steel farmhouse sink, and chrome accents.
We decided to find a way to combine the two themes into a final suggestion of products and materials to bring his new kitchen to life:
We think this rustic, yet sleek kitchen will speak to the modern minimalist, urban internationalist and just about anyone who has a flair for a newly remodeled kitchen. The concrete countertops compliment the navy cabinets, while the stainless steel appliances and cabinetry hardware offer a polished, clean feel. The penny tile backsplash will give it that classic look with an unexpected pop of color and culture found tucked under a peninsula or behind the stove, so color and pattern will not overwhelm the space.
Christian, we hope this mood board inspires you to create the kitchen of your dreams. We also can’t wait to see how your new Delta Faucet looks!
A big ‘thank you’ to everyone who participated in this giveaway, we enjoyed reading your comments and would love to hear your thoughts on the kitchen mood board we created for Christian. We are dying to know – what does your dream kitchen look like?
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Top row (L to R):
White Kitchen with Silver Hardware, Bungalow Kitchen with Stool, Brentwood Modern Farmhouse
Bottom row (L to R):
Amalia Gris Tile, Grey Lake by Benjamin Moore, Rainy Days by Magnolia Market, Quicksilver by Sherwin Williams, Chandelier by Capital Lighting, Faucet by Delta, Duquesa Tiles, Farmhouse Fantasy Kitchen
Top row (L to R):
Midcentury Kitchen, Lennox Street House by Corben Architects, Portland House Remodel
Bottom row (L to R):
Herringbone Tile by daltile, Secret Garden by Sherwin Williams, Peale Green by Benjamin Moore, Forestwood by Sherwin Williams, Ceramic Pendant Lights by , Faucet by Delta, East Street Kilda House, Rustic and Modern Kitchen
Stainless steel vent provided by Client, Ceramic Pendant Lights by Rejuvenation ($399), Cement Tile Patterning, Silver Faucet by Delta ($595), Silver Pull Handle by Emtek ($10.88), Herringbone Tile by daltile, Navy Cabinets, Penny Tile Backslash by daltile
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BY Kate Arends - February 15, 2017
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Congratulations to Christian! Love the moodboards.
Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
The rustic meets modern is great! I’m dying to use some patterned tiles in my own kitchen.
The tile in the shot with the wooden stool is called Victorian, and is from a Spanish company called Mainzu. I have it in the bathroom of a 17th century apartment in the south of France. You can see it on my blog, with other renovation shots.
Remarkable tints, and all elements of decor combine perfectly. Accept congratulation and further successes!