It’s rare that a appliance inspires a kitchen’s layout. However, if that appliance is an iconic Lacanche range, it is difficult not to make it the middle of attention. Designer Karla Barton of McBurney Junction built a part of drywall around the range, highlighting it using background and a travertine tile backsplash. 2 islands, announcement light and a symmetrical design round out the remainder of this warm, French state–style space.
Kitchen at a Glance
Who lives here: A few with 3 young children
Location: Langley, British Columbia, Canada
Size: 363 square feet
Photographer: Janis Nicolay
The customer had bought the beautiful black Lacanche stove prior to beginning the design process and desired her fresh kitchen to revolve round it. A custom drywall surround covered in Farrow & Ball wallpaper instantly draws the eye.
The background ties the range into the rest of the plan. Barton had leftover travertine tile in the kitchen flooring cut into tile for the backsplash.
Background: St. Antoine, Farrow & Ball; pot filler: Delta
Only a single island or table would’ve taken away in the symmetrical design the customer desired. So Barton place in two islands — one for cleaning and prep, one for ingestion.
Bar stools: gray leather with nickel Information, custom, McBurney Junction
Statement lighting was just another item on the customer’s wish list. These Restoration Hardware chandeliers worked well with the kitchen’s mix of French state and industrial styles.
Chandeliers: Restoration Hardware; shades, table lamps, walnut cabinetry: habit, McBurney Junction; countertops: Windermere, Cambria; sink: Franke; faucet: Riobel
A wallpapered pantry and incorporated refrigerator mirror the range surround on the other side of the kitchen. Barton used drywall and background instead of woodwork to cut down on price.
Refrigerator: Thermador; Granite: habit, McBurney Junction
A custom banquette near the range adds a welcome curve.
Banquette, small iron table: habit, McBurney Junction; banquette cloth: Robert Allen