Mountain Resort

A tower with a raised countertop creates a intriguing design element. Floor to ceiling towered cabinetry can create a great space for custom storage. In this example the space is used for a cook book shelf, a drawer with kitchen linen storage and towels (An easy access space next to the cooktop for oven mitts. The cabinet above stores a beverage center with coffee supplies and the space below the cook book shelf stores mixing bowls.

This kitchen design is a beautiful example of Mountain Resort styling. Soaring mountain peaks, rugged terrain, and old pine forests appeal to a large audience of outdoor adventures. Regardless of whether your mountain experience includes skiing, fly-fishing, hiking, or lounging by the fireplace, the majestic grandeur and awe of the mountains have inspired a unique, architectural style.

Rustic woods and equally rustic finishes are a notable feature of “Mountain” architecture. A massive, stone fireplace is another definitive focal point. Furnishings are imposing and luxurious, design elements are grand scale, and natural textures and surfaces (stone, wood, burnished, metals, etc.) are expertly blended. Rustic woods and distressed finishes are a perfect complement to “Mountain Resort” styling.

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vickilynnd added this to Kitchen26 October 2017

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