5,27,070 Transitional Kitchen Design Ideas
Noble Johnson Architects
This baking center has a kitchenaid mixer stand that can be lifted up to be flush with the countertops, then tucked away below the countertop when not in use. There is plenty of storage for rolling pins, measuring cups, etc. The right cabinet has vertical storage for baking + cookie sheets. Additionally, the toe kick can come out to provide a platform for the homeowner to stand on for additional height while baking. Photography: Garett + Carrie Buell of Studiobuell/ studiobuell.com
Cabinet Supreme by Adair
Durasupreme silverton panel door in cherry smoke stain finish, low gloss sheen used for the island, wet bar, and coffee area. Perimeter grey tone painted cabinets in a custom color match per client’s request was specified. Shadow storm granite and cambria whitney quartz were used in combination to set off the cabinet colors. The existing floors were refinished during the project in a neutral tone. The ceiling was detailed in a classic tongue and groove board in a white paint finish as well as the wainscot wall panels and window trim. Expert installation is always a must for projects that entail stack crowned molding as elaborate as this installation. When working in historical homes, or homes of age that have leveling issues, stacked crown molding can hide the fact the ceilings may not be parallel to the floor.
Marvista Design + Build
A great storage solution is a deep peg drawer. Perfect for keeping all of you plates and bowl stacked neatly. The pegs are movable so you can customize it to fit any size you need.
Marc Sowers Bespoke Woodwork. Photos by Talitha Tarro
Built-In breakfast nook/seating area for family meals. Photos by Chris Veith
Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Drew Rice, Red Pants Studio
Peters Custom Homes, Inc.
60" Dual Fuel Wolf Range with griddle & grill