Friday Feature: Bright Light Kitchen


Today's kitchen inspiration stopped us dead in our tracks. We couldn't look away. It was too perfect.

This kitchen embodies all that is popular and on trend in kitchen design right now. It features bright, white cabinets, a vaulted white ceiling and natural light for days. The skylights, windows, and french doors give this kitchen an airy, warm vibe. And forget fluorescent lighting! This kitchen pulls off the large pendant lighting trend with ease. We love the large, rectangular island with paneling to match the cabinets and tops that are in perfect contrast to the woodgrain, butcher block counter tops flanking the cooktop across the aisle. The modern stainless steel appliances take a kitchen with a french country feel and brings it forward into the now. The design blends cabinets, drawers of varying depth, and open shelving and pairs perfectly with the custom vent hood. 

Feeling inspired to replicate this look in your new kitchen? Give us a call or stop by our showroom at 5253 Hwy 90 W in Mobile, Alabama. Our designers would love to hear your vision and get you started on the path to your dream kitchen. Our goal is to make the process not only easy, but fun too!

photo credit: Interior Design by Lisa K. Tharp. You can learn more about this kitchen and others here.
Photos by Eric Roth. 

3 comments (Add your own)

1. Chrissy Thompson wrote:
I live in Portland, OR and came across this image from Pinterest. Would you be able to tell me what type of wood floors were used in this? I love this color/ton.

Thu, October 9, 2014 @ 3:29 PM

2. Lisa K. Tharp wrote:
Thank you for your kind words about my kitchen design. You can learn all about this project on my website:

I would appreciate your crediting this image: Interior Design by Lisa K. Tharp. Photo by Eric Roth.

Thanks very much.


Wed, February 4, 2015 @ 12:46 PM

3. Lisa K. Tharp wrote:
p.s. floors were antique reclaimed heart pine from Longleaf Lumber in Cambridge MA. :)

Wed, February 4, 2015 @ 12:54 PM

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