This kitchen was dark and cramped. We opened it up, lightened it up, and transformed it into a place that brings the beauty of the outdoors in.
Mixing metals can be very fun. Our client wanted a gold faucet, and we gave it to her. It stands out in the best way, pulling attention to the window and sink without being fussy. All the other metals are dark, letting this one shine
Want to bring more light to a space without adding lighting? Glass front cabinets near the window. You don’t need to put them everywhere, but by adding them around a window, it extends the open feeling, allows more light into the room, and gives you a place to showcase your favorite items without being required to keep all your cabinets in showroom quality
We are loving deep drawers right now because of the versatility they give you. In this case, they are holding the woks that the client uses for most of her cooking. What would you put in there?
A lot of times, we mix and match our counters, but this kitchen called for a more cohesive look. With a brick wall on one side and green tile on the other, a nice white counter helped keep the colors from becoming overwhelming
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