This inspiring blue and white traditional style kitchen
in the 2017 Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens
is a showstopping lesson in lovely!
After glimpsing it on Sherry Hart’s Design Indulgence,
I fell in love with it and searched for more inspiration.
I even got in touch with designer Lauren Deloach who spilled the beans on the secrets behind it!
Project: Kitchen in 2017 Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens
Design: Design Galleria Kitchen & Bath Studio
Lauren Deloach Interiors
Source: Design Indulgence, Southern Hospitality, Pinterest, Instagram
Inspiring us in this traditional kitchen design:
Farrow & Ball Light Blue painted cabinetry
Hammered brass cabinet hardware
Arched window above sink
Banquette with built-in shelves,
Buffalo check upholstery, and lace creamware plates
Waterfall style marble island
Brass range hood
For a thorough resource guide, visit this story.
You are destined to have a heyday pinning away
decor inspiration from this winning kitchen project!
Have any of you visited the Showhouse yet?
I’d love to hear your thoughts!
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I'm a fan of the light blue cabinets! They're perfect in this home and look great with the brass finishes. Have a beautiful day?
Made me so happy to see them after painting my cabinets in Arizona a blue-grey a few months back! Very Swedish looking to me. 🙂
Who makes that beautiful tile used in the Kitchen backsplash?
I'll get my people on it to find an answer. 🙂
So many things to love about this kitchen. I saw it on another blog a few days ago but it was mixed in with photos of the entire house…. nice to see it isolated in one post… somehow makes it more beautiful if that makes sense! That tile is everything…
hahaha. you know i can't stop at just a couple of images with so many inquiring designfreaks in the mix! it truly is! 🙂
That banquette is to die for!
It really is a design coup! xox
Where did you find the gray and white serving platters?
I'll have to do some investigative work to find sources from the show house–that would make a great follow-up post, so stay tuned!
I would love to know the paint color on the cabinetry. We’re rebuilding after the Hurricane Harvey flood in Houston and working on kitchen design:)
Hi Liz. So sorry about the rebuilding and the damage! I know the color! It’s Farrow and Ball LIGHT BLUE. I would caution you to try a sample and watch it over the course of the day as the light changes…I have seen lots of photos of that showhouse kitchen, and maybe with photo editing and varying lighting, the color looks different from photo to photo! Peace to you.
The tape on the roman shades and kitchen stools is so beautiful. Any chance you know who it is by? I would love to use it in my new master bathroom.
Hi Sarah. The fabric is Cowtan & Tout. Not sure if you discovered my post about secret sources for that showhouse: https://www.hellolovelystudio.com/2017/10/secrets-behind-southeastern-showhouses-kitchen.html. Hope this helps!
Would love to know where I can purchase the blue plates at the sink area.
Hi Debra. EVERYONE and their granny wants those blue plates! They are antique Ridgeway, and the designer (Lauren DeLoach) said she has never seen them before and knew they would be loved the homeowner! Happy hunting, and thanks for reading!
I love the linen Roman shade. Was a trim used for the border or was it part of the fabric?
Isn’t it dreamy? I am fairly sure that is an embroidered detail – I will email the designer to double check and than circle back here if I find an answer. Thanks for reading!
Would love to know where the blue/gray and gold island lights are from. Thanks!
I think the resources for this kitchen are in this updated post: https://www.hellolovelystudio.com/2020/05/secrets-behind-southeastern-showhouses-kitchen.html
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