In this first installment of our “Our Portfolio” series, we take you inside a gorgeous and sunny two-toned kitchen. What was once a tired oak kitchen, located one step up from a sunken family room, has become an open and cheerful family space.
This kitchen was dated. The heavy oak railing cut the space between the sunken family room and the kitchen in a most unflattering way. Similar to the railing, the visually heavy, oak framed fluorescent light fixture cuts up the ceiling space by stopping your eye. All of the weight, both visually and in material was on one side of the room.
How we updated the space:
|Cabinet||Decor||Clear Alder Shaker Base – Cobblestone Upper – Chateau|
|Countertop||Cambria Quartz||Ashford with square wrap77|
|Sink||Cristadur granite composite||Alive N-175 in Bronze|
|Faucet||Kohler||Purist in matte black|
|Fireplace||Kingsman gas||ledger stone in Beachwalk|
|Tile||Creekside glass in Sand 2″ x 6″||Mosaic Luxe in Copper Mix 5/8 x 5/8|
|Paint||Sherwin Williams||Fireplace accent – Eastlake Gold|
|Family room – Dorian Gray|
|Kitchen – Repose Gray|
A positive of the “old” kitchen was the sunny eating nook. This kitchen is open for business and we have reserved a spot for four in front of the window.