Before demolition, this early 20th century kitchen was limited on storage and function. We relocated the powder room giving us enough space to expand the kitchen.
Before demolition, this early 20th-century kitchen was limited on storage and function. We relocated the powder room giving us enough space to expand the kitchen. By knocking down the walls that used to separate the dining room and kitchen, it allowed for ideal storage space as well as an open area making both spaces more useful for our DC clients. With the liberty of the new spacious kitchen area, we included a wall oven apart from the gas stovetop as well as an under-cabinet microwave in our plan.
By having a separate oven, range, and microwave locations the visual appeal improves along with the convenience for more than one person to be preparing food at the same time.
We designed this space with dark materials below, like the floor and base cabinets to contrast the bright whites that catch your eye on the backsplash, wall cabinets, and the marble glass pendant lights.
- Cabinets: J&K Contemporary (shaker) style doors in White
- Wall and Pantry Cabinets: CNC Elegant (shaker) style doors in Ocean Blue
- Floor: Willow Manor Oak Engineered Hardwood Flooring
- Countertop: MSI Quartz – Calacatta Montage
- Faucets: Delta Champagne Bronze Trinsic
- Backsplash Tiles: 3×12 Villa Artisan Frost Ceramic Tiles