Step Inside This Historic Tudor Home With The Dreamiest Kitchen


In a kitchen by designer Amber Brown Matlack, a Gabby pendant light suspends above the island painted in Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe, while the cabinetry is in Dead Salmon, also by Farrow & Ball. A Rohl Shaws Original Sink and Waterworks faucet complete the space.

To create a soaring space in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, designer Amber Brown Matlack of Brown Interiors knew she wanted to preserve the charm and history of the original 1935 Tudor-style residence when crafting this great room. After combining what was once a galley kitchen, small breakfast nook and dining room into a central area, she extended the ceiling into the attic to achieve a vaulted effect and expose the wooden beam. The warm color scheme evokes a nostalgic feel, including the mauve and gray tones on the cabinetry and a beautiful stone backsplash. Brown Matlack says she aimed for “a sense of openness and livability in the heartbeat of the house.”