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Nate Berkus via Architectural Digest

You know we love the look of a clean, white kitchen. White marble, white cabinets, maybe a subway tile backsplash…

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Michael S. Smith Design via Architectural Digest

But, especially during these cold, winter months, we start to feel drawn to something a little warmer, a little cozier. 

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Bakes and Kropp via NYC&G

It’s amazing how adding just a bit of wood to a kitchen can immediately make it feel quaint, the perfect place to curl up with a cup of hot cocoa and watch the snow fall or stir a big pot of chili for friends.

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Terra Cotta Design Build

If the clean, streamlined look is still your thing, you can have the best of both worlds. White counters and backsplash add that brightness while wood cabinets and floors create the right juxtaposition.

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No matter what your favorite style of kitchen, the UK’s Betta Living has the perfect kitchen solution. They can create any look to turn your kitchen from an eyesore into the true heart of the home, no matter your style or budget.

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Anna Burke Interiors

Beams are one of our favorite architectural details that make a room feel cozy.

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Ike Kligerman Barkley

Even while the snow is falling outside, the beams bring the warmth indoors.

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Milieu Magazine

The best part is that wood can be incorporated into so, so many different styles in a perfectly chic way.

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Cantley and Company

From a fully built-in wine-lovers paradise,

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Architectural Digest

To a sparse and charming country kitchen, the addition of wood is right at home in any kitchen. 

Do you like the addition of wood in a kitchen or do you prefer other materials? 

We hope you had a fantastic weekend and a wonderful Valentine’s Day! Thanks for making us a part of your day!