Award-winning Kitchen Remodel

-The kitchen was isolated but was key to project’s success, as it is the central axis of the first level
-The designers renovated the entire lower level to create a configuration that opened the kitchen to every room on lower level, except for the formal dining room
-New double islands tripled the previous counter space and doubled previous storage
-Six bar stools offer ample seating for casual family meals and entertaining
-With a nod to the children, all upholstery in the Kitchen/ Breakfast Room are indoor/outdoor fabrics
-Removing & shortening walls between kitchen/family room/informal dining allows views, a total house connection, plus the architectural changes in these adjoining rooms enhances the kitchen experience
-Design aesthetic was to keep everything neutral with pops of color and accents of dark elements
-Cream cabinetry contrasts with dark stain accents on the island, hood & ceiling beams
-Back splash is over-scaled subway tile; pewter cabinetry hardware
-Fantasy Brown granite counters have a "leather-ed" finish
-The focal point and center of activity now stems from the kitchen – it’s truly the Heart of this Home.

Galina Coada Photography

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Carrie Warner added this to Kitchen Ideas2 November 2021

like dark hood and island base, ceiling and counters

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