Yellow Kitchen Goes From Outdated to Contemporary

Designer David Bromstad takes on the challenge of updating an outdate kitchen into a beautiful contemporary space.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionBromstad crafts a unique light fixture, incorporating natural elements into the space.
Inspired by the glass tile, Bromstad buys some colorful stained glass pieces. He creates a simple wood box and then cuts leaf-shaped sections out of the panel. With everything square in the room, he wants to add an organic, curved shape. Behind the openings, he glues the stained glass pieces to the wood. The end product is an original and interesting way to repeat the glass element in a stylish light fixture.

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blue and green tumblers – Target
Julius bar stool (17667), Tydu handles for cabinets (18260), blue and green city plate (18314), Burken jar/lid (15234), blue and green city bowl (18314), blue pralin glass (19834), pralin cocktail glass (19834), cabinets/doors, Domsif kitchen sink (90062588) – Ikea
countertops – Cornerstone Home Design
tile (Medici Mosaics Tuscany Collection, Vicenza) – Berekeley Design Center

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