Normally we come across clients that want to replace their stained cabinets with light painted ones. Well, in this case, it was the opposite, we were to replace their white painted cabinets with medium stained ones, and boy do we love the outcome! In addition, the main goal of this space was to go from a kitchen that had two okay functioning islands, to having one large and much better functioning island. Not only that, the project scope was to open up the kitchen and give it brand new finishes, fixtures, and appliances for a whole new look.
To learn more about this space, check out the details below!
This space received a country kitchen treatment complete with cabinetry from WW Woods Eclipse, in Heritage door style, cherry wood, with a finish of Medium stain with black glaze. In addition, the cabinetry was treated with distressing for an added textural look.
The countertops are a 3 cm Sienna Bordeaux granite in all areas including the kitchen perimeter, island, and butler area. The edges were made with an ogee edge adding an extra touch of detail to the space.
For the backsplash, the main tile is a 3×6 Mexican Travertine Crema Imperial installed in a brick lay formation. For the picture frame over the cooktop we have a border that consists of a 2×12 Armor Oil Rubbed Bronze, and installed inside is a 1×1 Mexican Travertine Crema Imperial in a diagonal lay.
Fixtures and Fittings
With the new plumbing located on the new island, we installed a Blanco Diamond Silgranit Single Bowl sink in the color Biscuit, a faucet from Brizo in oil rubbed bronze, a water filtration system in oil rubbed bronze, and lastly, a soap dispenser from Brizo also in oil rubbed bronze.
We hoped you enjoyed this country-style First Friday Feature!