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Embracing an authentic Craftsman-styled kitchen was one of the primary objectives for these New Jersey clients. They envisioned bending traditional hand-craftsmanship and modern amenities into a chef inspired kitchen. The woodwork in adjacent rooms help to facilitate a vision for this space to create a free-flowing open concept for family and friends to enjoy.
This kitchen takes inspiration from nature and its color palette is dominated by neutral and earth tones. Traditionally characterized with strong deep colors, the simplistic cherry cabinetry allows for straight, clean lines throughout the space. A green subway tile backsplash and granite countertops help to tie in additional earth tones and allow for the natural wood to be prominently displayed.
The rugged character of the perimeter is seamlessly tied into the center island. Featuring chef inspired appliances, the island incorporates a cherry butchers block to provide additional prep space and seating for family and friends. The free-standing stainless-steel hood helps to transform this Craftsman-style kitchen into a 21st century treasure.
This dated kitchen got a major remodel. The new kitchen features traditional maple cabinets with a black glaze. The granite counter tops and new back splash finish off the updated elegant feel. Special features such as the pull out spice rack and mixer stand add to a custom feel.
This kitchen was created with StarMark Cabinetry's Fairhaven inset door style in Cherry finished in a cabinet color called Toffee. The island was created with StarMark Cabinetry's Fairhaven inset door style in Cherry finished in Chestnut. The drawers in this kitchen have optional five-piece drawer headers. Glass front doors were created with glass in the Koko Seedy pattern. Additional accents include faux metal inserts in a color called Ragged Copper, and optional furniture pegs on doors and drawer headers.
Clean lines and rich colors make this kitchen stand out as an example of the Mid-Century Modern revival. Working with The Egg Design Group they ordered Clay Squared's handmade tile in Copper Patina in 2x8" field tiles. Using a Monochromatic palette and letting the variation of the glaze work its magic to give the space an aged character. Variation is the key to homes feeling comfortable and livable. Tricia Shay Photography