Mouser Centra cabinetry, Indigo finish on painted maple.
Plaza door in beaded inset. Seeded glass doors.
Hamilton Building Supply Designer: Kelly Shelton
Photography by: Tom Biondi, Real Estate Photography & Virtual Tours
At 90 square feet, this tiny kitchen is smaller than most bathrooms. Add to that four doorways and a window and you have one tough little room.
The key to this type of space is the selection of compact European appliances. The fridge is completely enclosed in cabinetry as is the 45cm dishwasher. Sink selection and placement allowed for a very useful corner storage cabinet. Drawers and additional storage are accommodated along the existing wall space right of the rear porch door. Note the careful planning how the casings of this door are not compromised by countertops. This tiny kitchen even features a pull-out pantry to the left of the fridge.
The retro look is created by using laminate cabinets with aluminum edges; that is reiterated in the metal-edged laminate countertop. Marmoleum flooring and glass tiles complete the look.
Full wall tiles - trez08
This once dark kitchen was transformed by a few coats of paint. By painting the red brick vent hood and stove surround to a bright white, we gave this kitchen a breath of fresh air. The lower cabinets were painted blue to complement the white uppers. Overall a bright, airy kitchen was achieved.
Nestled on a oversized corner lot in Bay Harbor Island, the architecture of this building presents itself with a Tropical Modern concept that takes advantage of both Florida’s tropical climate and the site’s intimate views of lush greenery.
With a busy working lifestyle and two small children, Burlanes worked closely with the home owners to transform a number of rooms in their home, to not only suit the needs of family life, but to give the wonderful building a new lease of life, whilst in keeping with the stunning historical features and characteristics of the incredible Oast House.
Open concept home built for entertaining, Spanish inspired colors & details, known as the Hacienda Chic style from Interior Designer Ashley Astleford, ASID, TBAE, BPN Photography: Dan Piassick of PiassickPhoto