We are so excited to share this beautiful kitchen with everyone. This was an extremely fun project to work on where we got to combine several different cabinets, custom woodworking, and gorgeous details.
Our client has an amazing eye for design so we knew working with her would be so rewarding. We incorporated two of our cabinet lines, Starmark & Haas to achieve the look she desired for bright & open space. The before and afters are breathtaking and we are thrilled to be able to share this finished space with you!
The perimeter cabinets are Haas Maple Plantation Door in white. With the higher ceilings in this kitchen, we were able to use stacked cabinetry in our Haas line that gave us the opportunity to add more light to the space.
For the island, hood, butler’s pantry, and kitchen bar our client wanted a more rustic look. The dark stain of Starmark’s Rustic Alder Roanoke Door in Java helped us achieve the rustic look and it was a great contrast against the perimeter cabinets.
I am obsessed with this butler’s pantry! Although it is tucked away, the dark cabinets and dramatic lighting help to bring a look of FIND WORD FOR HERE. The gorgeous glass inserts for the wall cabinets help bring a softer touch to an otherwise bold space.
To help continue the rustic feel that our client was searching for, our master woodworker created amazing pieces from reclaimed wood for this kitchen. Randy built a perfect extension to the kitchen island. Having a table at the end of the island is a genius decision that I had never thought of before. This way, kids or guests can relax at the table while you continue to work in the kitchen. I can just imagine guests enjoying their appetizers at the table while you put the finishing touches on the main course. All the while you all get to continue to your conversation without you feeling isolated in the kitchen and away from the party. Randy also built the beautiful floating shelves above the kitchen bar. These are a perfect way to display your glassware.
In addition to the gorgeous cabinets we were also able to bring in clean & classic touches through the countertop choices. We brought in two different types of countertops with three different patterns to create contrasting looks. The kitchen counters Caesarstone White Attica. While the island & bar countertop was Cambria Summerhill. Our stone fabricator even put in a waterfall ledge at the window.
I absolutely love this kitchen. It is one of my favorite jobs we have completed. Wendy continues to impress with her seamless designs that not only bring in the customers wishes & dreams for their space but also creates a functional space that you will love forever. Randy’s custom wood pieces help to bring the customer’s desire to have rustic touches in their space.