Inspiration Files: The Fox Group

I saw this kitchen on Instagram last week and absolutely loved it and needed to know more about the people behind it- turns out its from a design-build firm called The Fox Group in Salt Lake City (I feel like there is a lot of good design coming out of that area!)  I absolutely love the blend of rustic and refined here:

The inset wood cabinetry really stands out as well as the special custom details on the paitned cabinets (and cool hardware. And lights. And everything else.)

Here a quick way to replicate this look in your own kitchen- simply painting your island or lower cabinets black and adding interesting hardware, modern dome pendants and glass and brass shelving (these are technically bathroom shelves, but I think they could work in a kitchen if you use the bar as a place to hang pots and pans or mugs!)  A dash of copper int eh form of a kettle also will add some interest and shine.

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This entryway has me weak in the knees- the blue paint color with the brass accents and checkerboard floor is just PERFECT.

This appears to be QUITE the home…

Some suggestions to replicate this look (also a great palette and concept for a powder room, bathroom or pantry!)

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15 comments

  1. Beautiful! I’m back to work after a (short) long weekend (ha!) and it’s great to start the week with some fresh inspiration! I of course immediately looked them up on instagram and wasn’t disappointed :)

  2. Love your style, all your inspiration. Have since I bought your book Elements of Style!!!

    Have a beautiful week,
    Ceci

  3. Gorgeous! What’s the official name for that type of brass/glass kitchen shelving? My googling “fancy french bar shelves” isn’t getting much traction….

  4. Thank you so much for all the kind words! We truly appreciate it.
    As per the comments… the shelving is French Bistro Shelving. Also yes the house is a new construction but we used a lot of antiques incorporated in the actual build and also in the decor in hopes to give it an old classic feel.

  5. The entry is just my cup of tea, oh my, the blue, the panel molding, the light fixture and don’t even get me started on the flooring. We just did full wall panel molding in our very small entry and boy does is make a huge difference. You can see it on my blog if interested! Thanks for sharing!! Fun post!

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