The Nolita kitchen embodies the breath-of-fresh-air trend we’re calling “modern farmhouse” that will outlast all kitschy styling choices: Bright white raised panel cabinets that add texture without looking vintage; black metal pulls and knobs that add contrast without overpowering the space. On a backdrop of bleached, neutral flooring, the kitchen feels fresh, easy on the eyes, and open — perfect for both large and small spaces.
The two-tiered island adds warmth in its choice of multiple materials: white marble for a utilitarian kitchen extension, butcher block for a table-height dinette. To top it all off, the upper cabinets integrate innovative vertical swing fronts, which smoothly and silently lift up for a sleek, bump-free kitchen experience.
The clean farmhouse motif is reinforced yet again with the decor: sculptural yet skeletal chairs add interest without stealing the view, and simple industrial pendants draw the eye up toward those gorgeous skylights.