These clients raised their kids in this home and the kitchen had served them well but over the years had aged and become out-dated. Their kids were in college but still living at home, so this couple wanted a more functional design that met the needs of their current family situation. The kitchen was redesigned to maximize cabinetry, provide a peninsula area for eating and an office nook for paying bills, searching up recipes or completing written correspondence. Early on in the design process the client indicated she wanted another modern kitchen feature: different colors of upper and lower cabinets. New lighting was also installed throughout the kitchen and the adjoining family room. As completely new electrical was required for the lighting, the kitchen and family room were both gutted down to the studs and then completely refinished. The family room was redesigned around the clients’ needs and desires. A new, natural gas fireplace was installed with a stunning, custom, large river rock finish.
The kitchen features quartz countertops, a custom tile blacksplash with border, and unique pendant lights.
Our team designed a large cabinetry unit that allowed for both the storage and display of many prized possessions. The unit also hides a 50" television so the fireplace remains the focal point of the room.
This kitchen features a hidden Magic Corner and a Lazy Susan. There is absolutely no wasted space in this room.
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