French Quarter-Inspired Kitchen

Wrought-iron, faux brick and fleur de lis accents bring the French Quarter to a plain, white kitchen.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionWhen they first moved in, the Zunigas decorated most of their home with bold colors in the modern, rustic style of the French Quarter. Their shockingly white 1940s kitchen, however, is a real blast from the past.
Alicia and Hector Zuniga recently finished redecorating their little cottage home in a New Orleans style, but they have run out of steam and ideas for their ultra-white kitchen. Can the Design on a Dime team transform the Zunigas' kitchen into the epitome of the French Quarter for less than $1,000?

The Dilemma
They'd like to add richness and texture so it matches the decor of the rest of their home. They want to tone it down, make the bay window a focal point of the room and hide the unsightly microwave. Additionally, they would like to update the industrial-looking overhead light fixtures and add an accessible wine rack.