Historic Arts & Crafts Kitchen in Los Angeles

When a young couple living in the West Adams district of Los Angeles asked Faith Blakeney to remodel their kitchen, the designer knew she wanted to refresh the space while respecting its historic Arts & Crafts style. See how she used brightly colored cabinets, a large island and a farmhouse sink to make the space comfortable for a new family.

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March 28, 2018

Photo By: Faith Blakeney

Photo By: Faith Blakeney

Photo By: Faith Blakeney

Photo By: Faith Blakeney

Photo By: Faith Blakeney

Photo By: Faith Blakeney

Photo By: Faith Blakeney

Craftsman Kitchen With Teal Cabinets

Honey-colored wood details wrap this kitchen in warmth while blue cabinetry adds life and energy. The mood is friendly and welcoming.

Warm Pendant Lights Over Island

Turquoise cabinetry is a fun pop of color and contrast in this kitchen. Above the island, pendants with a warm light pay tribute to the classic amber lighting found in original Arts and Crafts homes.

Mix of Modern and Vintage Details

This kitchen mixes vintage details, like the stove, with modern elements like the stainless steel range hood for a dynamic, visually compelling look. Using different shades of blue is a fun way to bring in color.

Corner Cabinet Doubles as a Bar

A tiny niche features the same lively blue cabinetry and shelving seen elsewhere in this home's kitchen and dining room and makes the perfect cozy bar.

Neutral Walls With Wood Trim

Wide open doorways let light flow between rooms in this pretty Arts and Crafts home. The pale-colored walls call attention to the handsome wood trim around doors and windows.

Doorway Into Dining Room

This Arts and Crafts kitchen is warm and inviting with the rich color of the wood molding and door frames picked up by the island countertop and pendant lights.

Blue Chairs Complement Kitchen

This lovely dining room is a perfect of example of small touches making a big difference in the personality of a room. Here, color is brought in via houseplants and a cheery turquoise dining chair. Graceful notes come from the white roman shade and glass pendant.

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