Once again I admit we are completely behind on posting our projects, but it’s definitely good to be so busy! This is a kitchen we were brought in to fabricate in the fall. In this case, the clients knew exactly what they wanted and were in the middle of re-modelling their house top to bottom anyway, so it was just a matter of designing a functional kitchen in a fairly limited space that would give them the best usage.
What was so distinct about this kitchen was how we had the stain custom tinted with a hint of grey to make the otherwise traditional cabinet doors a little more contemporary. The client chose oil rubbed bronze hardware and lighting, and this amazing herringbone tile pattern that was created using subway tiles. The finished look reminds me almost of a very warm Southern Charm feeling kitchen.
The client wanted to further the traditional look with black granite, and an open corner shelf.
We installed the very popular spice/ bottle rack next to the range for easy cooking! (The handles still haven’t been installed 🙂
To use the dead space in the right corner of the peninsula, we had a cabinet installed on the other end. Faux doors were installed throughout the rest of the peninsula so it looked finished.