A 1940’s Home Gets a New “Heart”
Our designers also included a small column of built-in shelving on the side of the cabinetry in the kitchen, facing the dining room, creating the perfect spot for our clients to display decorative trinkets. This little detail adds visual interest to the coffee station while providing our clients with an area they can customize year-round. The glass-front upper cabinets also act as a customizable display case, as we included LED backlighting on the inside – perfect for coffee cups, wine glasses, or decorative glassware.
Final photos by Impressia Photography.
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16. Firm: Medford Design-BuildA combination wet bar and coffee bar, where the marble countertop accommodates the coffee machine and the bottom drawer is sized for liquor bottles. A faux brick backsplash creates an element of interest, along with a glass-front upper cabinet that includes LED backlighting and is perfect for coffee cups, wine glasses, or decorative glassware.