Cooking Space

Features to consider

Counters: Synthetic, Stone Slab, Wood, Tile

Cabinets: 

Sink: Ceramic Farm Sink, Stainless, 

Floors: Brick, Wood, Tile

When designing a Kitchen it is important to consider not only its aesthetic quality but also its utility. When we add the human element, this is not merely an architectural feature to be admired but rather a part of the home that nourishes, it is a custom cooking space optimized for utility and aesthetic quality.

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A Custom Design

Traditional
  • Architectural details. Traditional kitchen in white. ...

  • Flush inset or framed cabinetry. Traditional kitchen and framed cabinetry. ...

  • Glazed and antique cabinet finishes. Traditional kitchen. ...

  • Raised-panel doors. ...

  • Mixed door styles and finishes. ...

  • Decorative cabinet door inserts. ...

  • Architectural details for cabinetry. ...

  • Apron-front sinks.

Modern
  • Flat-panel door style.

  • Frameless, full-overlay cabinet construction.

  • Lack of ornamentation. 

  • Reliance on the beauty of natural materials.

  • Emphasis on horizontal lines.

  • Industrial elements.

Craftsman
  • Rich woods.​

  • Clean-lined cabinetry.

  • Simple lighting.

  • Built-in seating

  • Earthy colors.

  • Natural stone.

  • Hardware and fixtures with patina

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Tall windows and an open floor plan allow natural light to fill the rooms.

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