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A Littleton kitchen where you can pretend to be a continent away? Yes, please!
The way interior designer Katie Schroder tells it, it’s not often—especially in Denver—that one gets a call from prospective clients looking to redo their home in “European traditional” style. But that’s just the aesthetic this Littleton home’s owners wanted to create with help from the Atelier Interior Design principal. And they achieved it, thanks in no small part to some ultra-sophisticated sage-green cabinets, which Schroder sourced from the Open Cupboard in Lakewood. “We saw them when we walked into the showroom and basically said, ‘We’ll take ’em!’ ” she says of the cabinetry.
Of course, the Old-World style—a bold choice made all the more glamorous by dulled-gold hardware from Atlas Homewares—is only one part of the winning formula: A patinaed copper hood and a pair of antique-brass Visual Comfort light fixtures, though new, feel like they’ve been hanging in the kitchen for a century. And the eating nook, smartly furnished with a classical walnut Bernhardt dining table and burgundy upholstered banquette, feels like the perfect place to sip an espresso out of an Italian-made cup and saucer. “Alone, every nuance holds its own,” Schroder says, “but it’s really the mix of finishes that have made this kitchen such a treasure.”
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Interior design: Katie Schroder, Atelier Interior Design
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