Kitchen Sink Designs & Ideas
Ann Lowengart Interiors
Adjustable shelving in the butler's pantry allows for storage of all kinds. Whether the owners have taller, stouter, or deeper supplies, they can simply rearrange the shelving to create the room they need.
NVS Kitchen and Bath
NVS Remodeling & Design
Elayne Barre Photography
Ritzman Construction LLC
David W Cohen Photography
Kitchens by Kathie
This light-filled, elegantly designed kitchen, close to the water at Clontarf, hallmarks classic Hampton elements and oozes style and sophistication. The clasically detailed island features a traditional white ceramic butlers basin, a concealed pull out bin and storage for crockery. The deep bench-top accommodates seating for casual dining at the back of the island. Its shaker style fronts in Resene Gumboot stand out beautifully against the crisp white cabinetry behind. Chunky floating shelves run perfectly into the side of the stainless steel canopy rangehood, providing an open space to display crockery or cookbooks adding a homely feeling and visual interest to the space. A cleverly designed walk-in pantry located just off the kitchen boasts ample storage and bench space and also includes a second sink and a dishwasher.
Stainless steel stove surround and casement windows at the counter. Photos by Ryan Rosene
Thomas Davies Kitchens
Nouvelle Cuisine Design
This family kitchen, warm and functional, has everything to please. The white glossy kitchen cabinets bring brightness and freshness to the room and the light colored wood brings a nice warmth. Full height cabinets maximize the space, while creating an open and practical room. Everything is modernized through the stainless steel appliances and the quartz kitchen countertop. Finally, the island serves as a workspace, but also as a dining area for the whole family.
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.
Photographer: Anice Hoachlander from Hoachlander Davis Photography, LLC Principal Architect: Anthony "Ankie" Barnes, AIA, LEED AP Project Architect: Daniel Porter
Good Architecture, PC
Kitchen of the Severn River Residence, designed by Good Architecture, PC - Wayne L. Good, FAIA, Architect
Design By Lisa
This kitchen transformation allowed for more storage space and opened up the kitchen work areas. We removed the kitchen table and incorporated a round peninsula eating area. Doing this allowed for additional storage on the back wall. We removed fireplace and inserted a double oven and built in refrigerator on the back wall opposite the sink. We added panel details on the side walls to match the existing paneling throughout the home. We updated the kitchen by changing the tile flooring to hardwood to match the adjoining rooms. The new bay window allows for cozy window seating. We opened up the front entryway to open up the sight-line through the kitchen and into the back yard. The seldom used front entry closet was changed into a “hidden bar” with backlit honey onyx countertop when doors are opened. The antiqued mirrored glass is reflected from the back of the bar and is also in the paneled doors. Builder Credit: Plekkenpol Builders Photo Credit: Mark Ehlen of Ehlen Creative Communications, LLC