Let’s Talk About Hex
In this mid-century getaway on Camano Island in Washington state, an artful mix of grey tones come together to create a modern kitchen with decidedly casual beach vibe. This extensive renovation by Design Shop Interiors preserves the home’s heritage while transforming it into a stylish sanctuary made for relaxing days by the water.
In the open-concept kitchen, a counter-to-ceiling backsplash of Mark Esagono Tile from Pental Surfaces creates a dramatic 3D-effect hex pattern through the walls. The Chrome color of our Mark tile line is a warm, light grey that pairs well with dark grey cabinets and white quartz countertops such as PentalQuartz in Misterio. A waterfall edge on the island and cabinets with integrated handles keep the design sleek and streamlined below the countertops.
Two floating shelves extend boldly over the windows highlighting showcase accessories and keeping daily essentials within reach. Without the use of upper cabinets, the kitchen’s layout remains open and bright with light and views pouring through the windows. Sun-bleached flooring and exposed white beams move through living areas bringing natural beach vibes and room to relax.
To see more from this mid-century modern beach house renovation, visit Design Shop Interiors.
Photography by Nicole Wallace.