Add Warmth with Wood
To give the kitchen an old farmhouse feel, Courtney clad the ceiling with V-groove paneling, concealed the range hood, and
topped the island with butcher block. "Wood gives the room warmth," she says. For contrast, she added vintage metal drafting
stools, limestone flooring, and metal pendant lights that she distressed with muriatic acid. "They look like old wharf lights
hanging over a booth in a pub on Long Island," she says.
Left: The pendant lamps are from Kichler; the limestone flooring is from Walker Zanger.