The homeowner describes their aesthetic as "mountain farmhouse style". This kitchen centers around a large granite topped island nearly 5' x 11' in size. Numerous design elements such as the solid wood cross-brackets on the island and peninsula and the corbels supporting the hood tie the kitchen in with the timber framing in the surrounding house. The kitchen includes two paneled dishwashers, and top of the line appliances. The perimeter countertop is marble.
Grain-Wrapped Oak Kitchen
These gorgeous oak cabinets are at home in a whole-house remodel of a 1970's ranch house. The cabinets became an opportunity to showcase the beautiful 14" oak material, wrapping and matching grain at every opportunity. The homeowner took the opportunity to turn an awkwardly placed stairwell to the basement in the middle of the room into the centerpiece of the new kitchen, incorporating the stairs into the large center island. The oak railings and glass balusters keep the room as open and light as possible. Descending the stairs to the basement affords the opportunity to look up to see beautiful craftmanship on the underside of the island.
Modern Office Breakroom Kitchen
This commercial office space located in downtown Richmond was expertly designed by local architects for use as their company offices. The design fuses modern furnishings and historic architecture to create a one of a kind space. The plywood cabinets with edges create a minimalist look in this highly functional breakroom kitchen.
Breakfast Room Bench
This breakfast room bench located in the far West End was built to provide extra storage for a growing family. The built-ins are designed to match the neighboring kitchen cabinets and features ample storage for shoes and jackets. The middle bench has four lids that lift up to provide access to shoe storage. The bench also has faux drawer fronts to tie into the towers and kitchen. The towers that flank the bench feature large doors with concealed, soft-close hinges. On top there’s room for a basket for additional storage. Inside the towers there are hooks for coats and shelves. This breakfast bench is a great addition and uses what would otherwise be wasted space.