54,783 Coastal Kitchen Design Ideas
Sterling Construction, Inc.
These wonderful new clients found us on houzz.com. We removed the column and walls to create an open, inviting kitchen. The cabinets are a light grey, perfect if your tired of white! We introduced the customer to Caseta by Lutron to automate their lighting. We installed undercabinet LED lights that also connected to the home automation. I'm pretty sure Clyde likes this feature the most out of the entire remodel!
Kelsey Leigh Design Co.
This coastal inspired home is light bright and airy. Who needs a vacation when this is where you live?
The layout of this colonial-style house lacked the open, coastal feel the homeowners wanted for their summer retreat. Siemasko + Verbridge worked with the homeowners to understand their goals and priorities: gourmet kitchen; open first floor with casual, connected lounging and entertaining spaces; an out-of-the-way area for laundry and a powder room; a home office; and overall, give the home a lighter and more “airy” feel. SV’s design team reprogrammed the first floor to successfully achieve these goals. SV relocated the kitchen to what had been an underutilized family room and moved the dining room to the location of the existing kitchen. This shift allowed for better alignment with the existing living spaces and improved flow through the rooms. The existing powder room and laundry closet, which opened directly into the dining room, were moved and are now tucked in a lower traffic area that connects the garage entrance to the kitchen. A new entry closet and home office were incorporated into the front of the house to define a well-proportioned entry space with a view of the new kitchen. By making use of the existing cathedral ceilings, adding windows in key locations, removing very few walls, and introducing a lighter color palette with contemporary materials, this summer cottage now exudes the light and airiness this home was meant to have. © Dan Cutrona Photography
Berneche2 Architecture PC
Kitchen and Dining, part of the open concept living area. Builder: Duneland Fine Homes www.dunelandfinehomes.com Interiors: Donna Natale Mason Photography by PGP Creative Partners www.pgpcreative.com We've had several questions on the lighting - see responses in the questions below.
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BK Interior Design
Pebble Beach Kitchen. Floating wooden shelves, white counters. Photographer: John Merkl