Kitchen and Bar- renders
SW Escape Gray version- SW Pure White paint color for the walls
SW Evergreen version- Current paint color for the walls
SW Evergreen version- White paint color for the walls
Here’s the final version with:
- Calacatta Vienna quartz for the island and the bar countertop
- Malibu White quartz for the L-shape countertop
- SW Evergreen Fog for the bottom cabinets
- SW Pure White for the upper cabinets
- White crayon tiles
Calacutta Vienna island counter, SW Indigo Batik bottom cabinets for island only, white cabinets for bar and perimeter cabinets, gray perimeter counters.
Calacutta Vienna island counter, SW Indigo Batik bottom cabinets throughout kitchen, gray perimeter counters.
Calacutta Vienna island counter, green bottom cabinets for island only, white cabinets for bar and perimeter cabinets, gray perimeter counters.
Calacutta Vienna island counter, green bottom cabinets throughout kitchen, gray perimeter counters.
White beam, no waterfall counter on the island, Gargoyle paint on the wall behind the bar and gold hardware.
Bar with green bottom, white top cabinets, Calcutta Vienna counter, textured subway tile backsplash
Bar with green bottom, white top cabinets, Calcutta Vienna counter, white crayon tiles with white grout throughout the kitchen
Bar with green bottom, green top cabinets, Calcutta Vienna counter, white crayon tiles with white grout throughout the kitchen
Here’s the sixth version with the requested edits:
- The beam in a stained wood;
- The waterfall countertop on the beam side;
- An alternative for the bar. I thought about using green tiles with an interesting pattern to create a focal point.
Bar close -up
Green cabinets, tiles with pattern and Malibu White countertop.
Green cabinets, white tiles, and Calacatta Vienna countertop.
Here’s the fifth version with the materials we have selected at the Armada Design Center.
Stratus Quartz Malibu White SQ2007 (plain white)
Stratus Quartz Calacatta Vienna SQ5008 (veins)
United Tiles Studio S Caress Foggy Morning (beige)
United Tiles Studio S Caress White Chalk (white)
About the tiles, I found this information online: “The mixed decos contain a mix of each five individual patterns, dots pinstripe, zigzag, quattro and brick. There is no guarantee of any specific quantity of any specific pattern within any box. They are packaged randomly”. So I guess we can’t pick and choose. Plan B would be using the crayon tiles.
In the rendering I used SW Repose Gray which I think is very similar to what you have. However, I think that at least the back wall of the bar should be painted BM Gargoyle, it provides more contrast with the white and beige of the tiles. You’ll find an image below.
Here’s the bar with the wall painted in BM Gargoyle (I think it looks better)
Fourth version- Revised
Here’s the fourth version, where I have removed the butcher block countertops and I have replaced them with a new countertop similar to the Calacatta Gold, but whiter and with grey and brown veins. Now all countertops are the same.
I have also changed the tiles for the backsplash to white ones with brown grout, to coordinate with the brown veins of the countertop.
I have used SW Evergreen Fog for the bar for both the upper and lower cabinets to add some interest.
Overall this version has more white and less beige/cream.
Below is a concept board where you can see the elements in detail.
In the third version, I have added a wood countertop for the bar and the island. SW Evergreen Fog is now used for the island and the L shape cabinets (including the toe-kick), while the bar is SW Pure White.
The countertop of the L-shaped cabinets is cream-brown marble or quartz that coordinates well with the ivory tiles. Below is a concept board where you can see the elements in detail.
In the second version, we still have SW Evergreen Fog for the island and the bar, but this time the rest of the cabinets are painted a brighter white, SW Pure White, which can be used for the molding and baseboard too.
All the countertops are white quartz because the color is added to the backsplash tiles. I have selected the shape that you guys like with a sage green color to tie in with the color of the bottom cabinets.
This is the first version with our custom colors: SW Evergreen Fog for the island and the bar and SW Alabaster for the rest.
The island and the bar have Khalo Stonika by Dekton while the rest is a simple white quartz.
The backsplash is made of white oversized subway tiles.
Kitchen and Bar- tile replacement
Here are the images showcasing the tiles rendered within each respective space. Please note that the color of the tiles in the rendering may vary slightly from the actual product due to differences in lighting, screen calibration, and other factors.
Both areas- White Beam
STATEMENTS | TILE & STONE
Crayon 3×12 Elongated Hex IVORY (for the kitchen)
Crayon 3×12 Elongated Hex TAUPE (for the bar)
Dekton Khalo Stonika by Cosentino.
Make sure you can check the slab before installation. As you can see there are many variations in the pattern. You want to make sure you get the area that you like. Also, make sure you can buy only that part. Many stores have remnants so you don’t need to buy the whole slab.
Hello! I’ve made the requested revisions to the design: the niche is now white, and the L-shaped sofa has been updated to a lighter color. Additionally, I’ve incorporated pops of color through the accessories—such as pillows, rug, and decorative items on the shelves—to showcase the potential for enhancing the space.
In this version, I’m also proposing a new concept: constructing a low wall in the foyer area to delineate the space and provide a backdrop for the sofa. This approach allows the foyer to maintain its openness while adding an element of coziness to the family room—all without sacrificing the natural flow or light within the space.
Option 1: Traditional
The first design option offers a traditional fireplace for the niche and it creates a clean, classic look. The fireplace is positioned below a designated area where you can display art or decorative items. The fireplace itself is slightly smaller than the niche width for a more balanced layout. I’ve added wall sections above and to the sides.
To complement this layout, I’ve selected a set of four identical chairs, arranged in a circle around a central coffee table. This furniture arrangement encourages conversation and relaxation while providing an inviting view of the fireplace.
Option 2: Modern
The second option features a modern fireplace with a minimalist design and clean lines. The entire niche is filled and painted white, creating a clean and contrasting look against the brown walls of the room. The white fireplace provides a sleek and contemporary focal point for the space.
For seating, I’ve chosen an L-shaped sofa to enhance the casual and relaxed atmosphere of the room. The sofa’s layout is versatile and ideal for both entertaining guests and spending quiet time by the fire. Overall, this design option offers a more practical and modern approach.
I have also added curtains to the design to demonstrate how they would enhance the overall look and ambiance of the room.
Option 3: Open Niche
The third design option leaves the niche open. Above the fireplace, I’ve installed a set of shelves that offer both functionality and visual interest, providing an ideal space for displaying decor and personal items. The fireplace itself boasts a modern design, characterized by clean lines and a minimalist style. However, we’ve added a touch of tradition to the overall look by incorporating wallpaper inside the niche. The wallpaper adds texture and character to the space, providing a harmonious balance between modern and traditional elements.
Complementing the design, the furniture arrangement embraces a more classic approach, with a comfortable sofa positioned along the window and two chairs placed opposite the sofa, creating an inviting seating area for conversation and relaxation.
As you can see, in addition to the design options for the fireplace, I’ve also developed three distinct design concepts for the entryway of the home, being the two areas connected.