A 1980's oak kitchen gets a major overhaul, adding beauty and functionality to this family home.
Our client craved a more contemporary space and an awkward peninsula + island configuration meant there was room for efficiency and storage to be gained in this kitchen.
We reconfigured the kitchen's layout to be more efficient and installed a statement-making island that provides a fantastic work surface for cooking, baking, and homework.
A grey-veined quartz in a waterfall edge is an eye-catching detail on the island and ties in with the marble hexagon backsplash throughout the kitchen's perimeter.
We used hardwood planks on the front of the island as a warm, interesting detail. Medium grey stools in faux leather add softness and texture in contrast to the kitchen's other surfaces and tie in well with the grey veining in the countertop.
Photography by Jackson Designs
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