Warm toned stone complements even the coolest of spaces for your Spring Renovation project
Do you often think that your kitchen is too modern and cool?  Very traditional but not very warm? Spring time is a great time to renovate your space and make some simple updates that will bring the warmth that you are craving into your home.
Warmth and depth are added to this modern kitchen design with the use of Madreperla Quartzite.  The stones warm, earthen tones include cremes, soft greys, taupes and rusts.  The veining lends itself to creating a sense of depth and thus an added warmth through texture.
Mixing materials is a great way to bring in warmth as well through depth and texture.  Angie Keyes of Design Works Kitchen and Bath, made great use of materials to create a warm and inviting kitchen.  Angie mixed in Nacarado Qaurtzite with its summery orange veining and neutral base color pairs perfectly with the hammered metal vent hood and wrought iron pot holder chandelier.  The dark chocolate tiles arranged in a chevron pattern is a modern twist on a more traditional style kitchen and creates great visual interest.
Mark Williams of Mark Williams Design Associates transformed the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyle Home for the Holidays kitchen bringing in warmth to this white kitchen with the bookmatched Taj Mahal Quartzite behind the range and island.  Mark masterfully mixed new and old within his design introducing fabrics in warm chocolate tones that enhance the more subtle natural stone and the darker wooden pantry pieces in the room.
Mark Williams
Using warm tones creates an inviting space for you and your family to reside in all year long, not only those great spring days but deep into those long winter evenings!