FALL  2018

Spring Year Round

Even though FALL is here, our client wanted her kitchen to feel like Spring year round! So that mindset was our starting point. White cabinetry with a blue and green-gray color palette was our initial visual direction. Functionality was our next priority since cooking and entertaining was their focus.


The large Miele cooktop encased in a beautiful large paneled arch (with hidden commercial grade vent out hood inside), became the focal point of this large kitchen, which was also open concept to their attached family room and breakfast area. The hand painted blue backsplash tiles drew additional attention to this area, and broke up the white cabinetry nicely.

  










                                                          
 
The family now relaxes and starts their day in their beautiful Spring like kitchen!


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