Three talented vendors came together to stamp their collective mark on the kitchen and butler’s pantry—a bit of a challenge being that the cabinetry, appliances, countertops and tile could not be altered. “The largest workable area in the room was the ceiling,” says Janie Ellis of Anything But Plain Decorative Painting and Plasters, who created a custom hand-painted design. Tile that was original to the house, reminiscent of Italian or Portuguese pottery, dictated a vivid palette of blue, green and brown, to which the trio added bright white pottery, mercury glass and fresh citrus fruits. Steve Addiego of G&S Custom Draperies created a cream linen shade that allows light to flood in. For hardware, Julie Koch of Elegant Additions selected polished nickel because it acts as a reflector.