We completely revised the kitchen layout, moving appliances and fixtures around to accommodate a larger open layout. The old peninsula was removed and replaced by an island with guest seating. By removing the wall to the adjacent room, the room now feels much more open and bright.
Commercial grade appliances include Wolf range and industrial ventilation hood, integrated counter-depth Sub-Zero refrigerator, beverage cooler, and drawer microwave. The oil-rubbed bronze fixtures and pot-filler contrasted with the lighter tones of the cabinets and Cambria quartz countertops. R.D. Henry custom cabinetry was finished in a cream color, highlighted by distressing and glazing. The new cabinets featured split-panel doors on the upper cabinets with frosted glass and LED backlighting inside the cabinets. The island cabinets in cherrywood were meant to complement the existing fireplace built-in cabinets. Every single detail was accounted for and executed by Brian and our team.