With their old kitchen designed with traditional features, our clients wanted to freshen up their kitchen with a style that matched them, sleek and modern. After all, the architecture of their home was modern, and somehow the original kitchen missed the memo. For us, being able to design a modern and minimalist kitchen was exciting, as those don’t come as often as our transitional and traditional kitchens do. So take a look at our First Friday Feature and explore the design elements that created this space below!
The cabinetry in this space we
Countertops and Backsplash
What gives this space a sleek and clean look, is that we used the same material as the countertops and used it as a backsplash. On top of that, we incorporated a waterfall where the countertop runs down the side of the cabinetry on the island give it a seamless look. The material used is a 3cm quartz from Cambria in a Torquay finish.
Fixtures and Finishes
As for the fixtures and finishes, we wanted something elegant yet industrial. Blanco had the perfect faucet giving us exactly what we were looking for. The faucet is a Blanco Culina Semi-Pro 1.8 GPM in a Satin Nickel finish (441407). The sink also from Blanco, is in a streamlined shape giving us that modern feel. It is a Blanco PRECIS™ 1-3/4 16” in a Cinder finish (441479)
Cabinets aren’t just empty holes you know. They have drawers, shelves, and sometimes they have some special features. For the wall