Our clients were looking for a modern take on a classic kitchen: an open space, but one with depth, definition, and style. With a new floor plan, we knew this kitchen could offer more natural light as well as sight lines extending from the front to the back of the home.
By positioning the sink, double dishwashers, and center island in front of the existing bay windows—and at the request of our clients, removing the fireplace wall between the kitchen and the family room—we were able to bring this open kitchen into the light. We introduced espresso-stained hardwood flooring, custom maple grade cabinetry, marble countertops and backsplash, a white porcelain farmhouse sink, and brushed nickel hardware on the cabinetry. Shining from the coffered ceiling are three delicate chrome pendants
Our clients were thrilled—nowadays, whether they’re cooking a family classic or trying a fashionable new recipe, their kitchen is the perfect setting.