Twenty years after building a custom home, our clients decided to remodel their kitchen with updated materials and colors.
We removed the existing column to free up space between the kitchen and breakfast area. All new stainless steel appliances were chosen and the electric range was replaced by a large six burner gas oven. To add more storage space, 30” cabinets were replaced by 42” cabinets in “white porcelain”. Translucent glass cabinets with interior lights were an interesting accent without exposing the inside. The enlarged island in a “shadow pewter” now sits four people. It houses many outlets, recycling, and a drawer microwave. Black and white granite in “Alaska white” bridges the color scheme between the two cabinetry colors. Elegant accessories such as large cylinder pendants, black farm sink, and opaque glass wall tile created a uniquely coordinated style.
In addition to the main kitchen area, our clients wanted to enlarge their existing pantry. Keeping with the new color scheme, the panty now with double its size holds dry goods on the right side and a bar area with floating shelves on the left. A rolling black barn door was installed to be creative and functional.