A Colorful and Bright Vision + A Beautiful Storybook Kitchen Update
One of the most exciting parts about sharing project updates includes sharing how we transform different spaces in our clients’ homes by bringing together their vision with the best design and construction support.
Today, we want to share the “after” pictures of the project we recently completed in South Plaza/Brookside.
Details, Light, Space and Functionality In our previous post about the Brookside project, we shared a few updates along the way about the rooms that we were updating as well as the different materials and color schemes our team would implement.
Today, we are taking you around the kitchen to see how we incorporated our client’s vision and made use of great materials and design to open up the space, bring in more light and ensure functionality throughout.
By removing one of the wall panels in the house, we gave the kitchen an open concept that makes the overall space larger and creates a great contrast between the elements of the kitchen and the adjacent rooms.
From the floor up, our team played with texture and color to create a cozy yet modern space for our client. While the green of the cabinetry stands out as the color of focus in the room, it was contrasted by whites and grays to ensure the kitchen felt open and filled with light.
The mosaic tile floor added a nice contrast with the wooden floor and the green cabinetry. The checkered border helps divide the spaces, while keeping the room open.
The dark gray range and farmhouse sink add a needed pop of contrast to the light green of the cabinets.
Contrast is also present with the wooden-framed oven hood, the shelf above the sink and the rustic brick column that remains as a part of the home’s original space.
The beautiful cabinetry also added more functionality to the space, providing additional room for storage and easy access to kitchen items.
With cabinetry on three walls, instead of the original two, the added storage space, as well as counter space make storage and food prep a breeze, especially with multiple cooks in the kitchen.
The double oven and apron-front farmhouse sink give our client additional flexibility in preparation while not taking up any additional cabinet space.
The glass cabinet doors provide an illusion that the back wall is more open than it is and the added LED recessed lights to ensure there is ample ambient light.
The small details that make the room include the single short pendant light above the sink, the mix and match cabinet doorknobs, and the finishing touch of the counter to ceiling backsplash adding height to the room.
Dreamy doesn’t begin to describe the new space our experts at Wineteer Construction created for our client. The new kitchen is welcoming, cozy, and, most importantly, reflects our clients’ vision. The kitchen also shares similar design elements that were incorporated in other areas of our client’s home, so make sure to check our upcoming posts for more project details.