We’re back today with another edition of “Get This Look”! Today we’re focusing on the design elements of the Fixer Upper Plain Jane House Kitchen. As the name suggests, the house was very plain before Chip and Joanna got their hands on it. However, by incorporating the homeowners’ love of traditional and antique styles, the kitchen has been dramatically updated!
Let’s take a closer look at the design. Because the lower cabinets are a beautiful, bold blue peacock color, Joanna opted to keep the upper cabinets white. However, by adding in pattern to the cabinet fronts, she was able to add in some architectural interest that was clearly missing before. To get a color similar to the lower cabinets and island, we’d recommend a color like Benjamin Moore Dark Harbor. The gold hexagon knobs pop beautifully against this rich, saturated tone and add another gorgeous visual interest to this kitchen!
Joanna added a number of warm elements to the space, including the custom wood range hood, the beautiful brass pendants, and the school-house like barstools that combine wood and metal seamlessly! These warm tones help create a cozy vibe in this family home!
If you look closely, the backsplash utlizes a white diamond shape ceramic tile for a unique, almost quilt-like backsplash. For a home that was previously plain, the Fixer Upper Plain Jane House Kitchen is now anything but plain!
Below, we’ve rounded up similar or identical items from this space to help you achieve a similar look in your own home. Simply click any of the images below to learn more about each item. You may have to double-tap on mobile.
What is your favorite element in this beautiful kitchen?