Did you catch the killer Elevate Design Collective’s kitchen that I featured last week? Well, today you get to see the rest!
To remind, the entire space was inspired by a custom Pantone color. Color has such an impact on design. For this space, the Pantone Color Institute created a deep hued neutral that evokes the warmth of a a rich cognac or whiskey, hence the name Single Malt. Each brand involved in the Elevate Design Collective, which includes Schlage, Jeld Wen Windows & Door, Formica Corporation, KitchenAid, Hunter and Delta, created bespoke products incorporating Single Malt in some way. The hue was incorporated beautifully throughout this loft’s super chic kitchen, but I love the additional subtle pops throughout the rest of the space.
The loft has great natural light and all the bright white combined with black accents offer a striking contrast. But the space is really touched off and warmed up by natural elements and those great pops of Single Malt throughout. Did you catch those amazing Single Malt cages over the Hunter Fan Company fans? Or the custom door hardware on the bedroom door created by Schlage? Those hits of that slightly copper hue balance all that black and white.
Sadly, the custom Single Malt products aren’t available for sale to the rest of us, but they inspired me to create a living room moodboard to achieve a similar look.
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schlage door hardware / hunter douglas ceiling fan / campaign chair/ pendant light / moroccan wedding blanket / tile vases / woven pillow / cubes / marble coffee table / sidetable / floor lamp / ben ourain rug / sofa
By the way, you can enter to win a $500 gift card for your own project courtesy of the ELEVATE Design Collective. They’ll be choosing three winners, so be sure to enter here between now and September 16th!
And if you missed the tour of this loft’s stunning kitchen you don’t want to miss it. CLICK HERE to check it out.
This post is sponsored by the Elevate Design Collective. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Thanks for supporting posts that keep apartment 34’s doors open.