This old kitchen was not welcoming to visitors and lacked optimal storage – which is why the renovated kitchen included a bench seat with seat cushions and hidden storage. They had a decent sized kitchen, but did not use it to their advantage. The clients wanted a space that was inviting to their guests, and ideal for entertaining, as well as organized with different storage features. Adding bench seating to the space gave the kitchen some extra seating space and made it feel more welcoming and guest-friendly. By adding in a functional kitchen island, a small wet bar, a bench seat and message center the clients got everything they wanted and more!
Dura Supreme Semi-Custom Crestwood and Designer Line Framed Cabinetry. Main Kitchen: maple, latte/espresso paint/glaze rub thru-Crestwood. Island: maple, country traditions "M" sage/graphite shadow glaze; Wet Bar: Cherry wood "E" patina mission/shadow glaze.
Perimeter: Black Soapstone, Minas Gray, beveled edge; Island/Bar: Taupe granite with ogee edge; Bench seat and message center: Cherry wood
Wolf 4-Burner Stove
Main Kitchen: Franke Fireclay Kitchen Sink; Kitchen Island: Franke Fireclay Sink; Bar: Elkay Antique Hammered Copper Sink
Main Kitchen and Kitchen Island: Franke Old World Dark Bronze Faucet; Bar: Elkay Oil Rubbed Bronze Faucet
Photography by Stuart Watson Photography