Because the refrigerator greeted guests, we softened its appearance by surrounding it with perforated stainless steel as door panels. They, in turn, flowed naturally off the hand-cast glass with a yarn-like texture. The textures continue into the backsplash with the 1"-square mosaic tile. The copper drops are randomly distributed throughout it, just slightly more concentrated behind the cooktop. The Thermador hood pulls out when in use. The crown molding was milled to follow the angle of the sloped ceiling.
Roger Turk, Northlight Photography
Overlooking Westchester Lagoon, this condominium remodel included the kitchen, master bathroom, and guest bathroom. The kitchen incorporated frameless carbonized bamboo cabinetry, blue luise granite from Brazil, and stainless steel appliances and accents.
The kitchen appliances are all faced with custom door fronts to match the design of the grid pattern throughout the home. Custom designed edge details on both the island and the countertops. The cabinet hardware was custom designed as well the faucet and pot filler were custom designed through Waterstone.
This Project page gives you a taste of how diverse my projects are. All these kitchens have been published. This mid-century home had a kitchen hidden back in the corner. We opened up the space and turned the kitchen 90-degrees and anchored both the island and the raised recycled elm counter. Almost all the upper cabinets have either glass or perforated stainless steel panels.
Photo by Roger Turk