Walnut cabinets, a patched hardwood floor in existing maple, a black, soapstone countertop, white Kitchen Aid appliances, and a white tile backsplash come together for this warm and inviting kitchen.
Photo by David J. Turner
The existing kitchen was completely remodeled to create a compact chef's kitchen. The client is a true chef, who teaches cooking classes, and we were able to get a professional grade kitchen in an 11x7 footprint!
The new island creates adequate prep space. The bookcases on the front add a ton of storage and interesting display in an otherwise useless walkway.
The South wall is the exposed brick original to the 1900's home. To compliment the brick, we chose a warm nutmeg stain in cherry cabinets.
The countertops are a durable quartz that look like marble but are sturdy enough for this work horse kitchen.
The retro pendants are oversized to add a lot of interest in this small space.
Complete Kitchen remodel to create a Chef's kitchen
Open shelving for storage and display
Gray subway tile
Quarter Sawn White Oak kitchen with Arts and Crafts or Craftsman details but is a Neo style with big dentils. The stiles of the doors are thicker than the rails. Dog Gates retract into the island and when extended the keep the dogs from the rest of the house. Photos by Henri Georgi
Remodel in historical Munger Place, this house is a Craftsman Style Reproduction built in the 1980's. The Kitchen and Study were remodeled to be more in keeping with the Craftsman style originally intended for home.