First Friday Feature

Today we feature a kitchen that went through a major transformation. We’re talking all the way from looks to layout, we tackled every nook and cranny. You will not believe it’s the same space! So, when we first met with our clients they expressed that it was important to have a space where they could entertain, have an aesthetic with a cleaner look, and also have cabinets that could organize all their items. Plus, creating a design that would last was very important because staying-put was part of their long-term plans. In addition, with having clients that had a love for entertaining, it was important for us to not only create a welcoming space, but also a space that was functional, and not to mention beautiful!

So, before we dig into all the details, check out what the space looked like before we got our hands on it:

and after

Big and beautiful changes! Now, check out all the details below:

Cabinetry

The cabinetry features an Elmwood Full Access Frameless, with a Mirabeau 2-3/4” rail door style, 1-pc MDF construction. The sink wall cabinets, range wall cabinets, island cabinets, and dry bar are a Vienna Fog satin paint. The kitchen tall cabinets and built-in TV area are a Caviar stain paint with custom mullions and antique mirror inserts.

Countertops

This kitchen features 3 cm Caesarstone Vanilla Bean quartz countertops.


Backsplash

The backsplash features a Calacatta Avant Garde marble slab, book-matched at the center of the the range/hood area, single slab pieces above the sink (8.5″ high) and at the bar area (from countertop to bottom of wall cabinets).

Fixtures

From Newport Brass, East Linear pull-down faucet, a Jacobean air disposal switch, and a sink strainer, all in Satin Brass. From Rohl, an Allia Single Bowl Undermount Fireclay Sink in white.

Hardware

A mixture of Schoolhouse Electric hex knobs and Edgecliff pulls (varying sizes based on drawer width), in their natural brass finish


Flooring

The flooring features an engineered wood in D&M Silver Oak Pearl Gray, 1/2″ x 7-1/2″ engineered wood floor, random planks.


Window/Door

Pella 450 Proline 3-panel sliding contemporary door with a matching Pella casement window, satin nickel hardware.

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