1. Custom maple cabinetry in a very light “Irish Cream” color features modern shaker style panels to create a crisp aesthetic. For a petite homeowner, the base cabinets had to make the most of their space. With multiple hidden toe-pull step stools tucked by the baseboards, everything can be reached with ease. There are also two appliance garages, two working pantries with concealed storage, several roll-out shelves for pots and pans, and a peg system for dinnerware down low.
2. State-of-the-art appliances are built-in and some even disguised to maintain the flawless appearance of the cabinetry. Two dishwashers look like cabinets on either side of the farmhouse sink, and a spacious Sub-Zero French door refrigerator and 36-inch Wolfe range with a stainless hood make this a high-capacity kitchen.
3. Countertops in a tranquil off-white quartz provide an expansive work surface. The highly durable material makes cooking and cleaning a breeze.
4. A subtle off-white subway tile backsplash wraps the kitchen, creating a worry-free work environment. Over the range, a custom tile design adds a bit of visual interest in a modern-take on the honeycomb pattern.
5. Eat-in table space in place of a kitchen island helps this working kitchen feel inviting and comfortable. By maintaining the aesthetic of a room with furniture and a space to spend time, the dining table allows the kitchen to blend seamlessly with the rest of the open living spaces nearby. A specialty tile inlay in a nostalgic basket weave pattern breaks up the traditional hardwood flooring, provides some contrast in color, and highlights the special eat-in area.
Cabinetry: Classic Cabinetry
Cabinetry design: Becky Worley, Classic Cabinetry
Countertops & tile: Stone Source, Inc.
Floor & ceiling: Ronnie Bull Construction
(above) photos by Morgan Nowland