Jane Ledger sure knows how to maximize style in a minimalist space. This kitchen's blend of sleek silhouettes and intriguing textures showcases a certain kind of design mastery, but truthfully, it isn't that tough to duplicate if you look closely. A neutral color palette comprised mostly of gray tones envelopes the room, while white and beige shades bring in added depth. The waterfall island — with its smooth edges and universally flattering marble finish — match the concrete floor, and the wooden cabinetry's simple lines are duplicated on the island's base. And while the diamond-backed stools are a flattering touch, it's the trio of bowl-shaped pendants that have the most impressive detailing. In order to create a kitchen like this, work with a light palette. Bring in open shelving to heighten the airiness of the design, and make sure to artfully display geometric lights that stunningly contrast the rest of the kitchen's simplicity.
Kelly is a full-time freelance writer, aspiring aerialist, and passionate interior design enthusiast. She's a regular contributor to design-centric publications like Apartment Therapy, The Spruce, and TexasLiving Magazine.