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This beautiful kitchen built by Peppertree Kitchen and Bath with cabinets of architectural-grade, rift-sawn white oak veneer. It has a wire-brushed texture with a custom satin and glaze.
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Bespoke kitchen fitted in a Henderson Road residence. The open plan design is completed with an L-shaped island with breakfast bar and stone countertops. This functional and sleek design is perfect for the family and when entertaining.
Kitchen. Designed by Form Studio, the kitchen door fronts and island unit are made from White High Max. The stools are from Magi and the lights over the island unit from Martini Lighting.
Bruce Hemming (photography) : Form Studio (architecture)
This formerly small and cramped kitchen switched roles with the extra large eating area resulting in a dramatic transformation that takes advantage of the nice view of the backyard. The small kitchen window was changed to a new patio door to the terrace and the rest of the space was “sculpted” to suit the new layout.
A Classic U-shaped kitchen layout with the sink facing the window was the best of many possible combinations. The primary components were treated as “elements” which combine for a very elegant but warm design. The fridge column, custom hood and the expansive backsplash tile in a fabric pattern, combine for an impressive focal point. The stainless oven tower is flanked by open shelves and surrounded by a pantry “bridge”; the eating bar and drywall enclosure in the breakfast room repeat this “bridge” shape. The walnut island cabinets combine with a walnut butchers block and are mounted on a pedestal for a lighter, less voluminous feeling. The TV niche & corkboard are a unique blend of old and new technologies for staying in touch, from push pins to I-pad.
The light walnut limestone floor complements the cabinet and countertop colors and the two ceiling designs tie the whole space together.
White and black distressed kitchen cabinets in this large traditional kitchen.
Photography: John Trigiani
This beautiful 2 story kitchen remodel was created by removing an unwanted bedroom. The increased ceiling height was conceived by adding some structural columns and a triple barrel arch, creating a usable balcony that connects to the original back stairwell and overlooks the Kitchen as well as the Greatroom. This dramatic renovation took place without disturbing the original 100yr. old stone exterior and maintaining the original french doors above the balcony.