Friday, April 26, 2013

Birds of a Feather Design














I can always count on Hooper Patterson and Ann White Schutte of Birds of a Feather Design for a breathtaking transformation! The designing duo out of Wilmington, North Carolina took a drab, awkward kitchen and turned it into a coastal oasis of serene color and smart functionality! The new space was inspired by the fabulous modern sea glass backsplash tile. I love how they pulled the blue out and painted the island Benjamin Moore's Wythe Blue! Trust me, you do not want to miss the 'before' photos of this space, so head on over to Birds of a Feather for lots more on this dream kitchen!

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Have a great weekend everyone!! The temps are finally starting to warm up here in Minnesota and I couldn't be happier! :)


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19 comments:

simplymodernhome.com said...

What a light, bright, airy kitchen. Beautiful! I'm amazed by how many beautiful spaces you find with the color turquoise. So pretty!

Susan
http://simplymodernhome.com/

Hooper Patterson and Ann White Schutte said...

Thanks Erin! It was a fun project to work on. Thanks for the mention!
Hooper Patterson
www.birdsofafeatherdesign.com

Viv said...

I was wondering if someone could tell me the color and company of the gray paint used on the walls of the kitchen posted today by Birds of a Feather designs?

Thanks, Vivian Hoffart

Hooper Patterson and Ann White Schutte said...

Hi Viv, the color of the paint on the walls is Sea Haze by Ben Moore. Thanks!

Shannah @ Just Us Four said...

Gorgeous! I love that backsplash.

Marcia said...

Oh this kitchen is amazing, Erin! Thanks for posting!

Vicki said...

It's a wonderful kitchen; thanks for sharing it. I've often wondered if I could create some sort of small statement space with my collection of real sea glass. There's something about the color which is simply healing.

Speaking of...I was just at the dentist's office, this morning. The hygienist's "room" was so soothing...framed prints of dolphins, light charcoal/pencil drawings on a soft wash of pale seaform water color paint; a vertically-striped wallpaper, gentle ocean blue stripes on white/cream; soft sand-colored carpet and a dental cabinet (metal; vintage!) painted a pale aqua with shiny chrome drawer pulls. All of the blues in the room were muted and compatible with one another. As a patient, I felt very calmed. (Smart dentist!)

Colleen Taylor said...

Wonderful work these people do. The kitchen is exquisite, too much to mention that I truly love here.

grammykay said...

I think you should change the name of your blog to "House of White"

Carla Aston | CarlaAston.com/DESIGNED said...

Can you say "in love"? IN LOVE! Thanks for sharing, Erin.

Jamie Herzlinger said...

What a wonderfully fun kitchen! Love,the cheerfulness
Have a great weekend!
Jamie Herzlinger

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i love the design of your house.. very cozy and elegant

Kristen said...

This is so beautiful. Love the backsplash. I, too love turquoise... almost to the point of obsession! Am planning to redo my kitchen soon and this is a huge inspiration!

stephanie said...

so prettty -- you did it again!

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Alaska Fishing Lodges said...

I really like your chandeelier.. so beautiful.

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so elegant...
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Karrie W said...

Just lovely! What a great remodel! I love that chandelier! Where is it from?

Anonymous said...

I love a beautiful kitchen as much as anyone, but this is outstanding.

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