Fresh and Functional With a Touch of Vintage
These clients from Ashland, MA came to our showroom with an eager desire to redo their outdated 1989 kitchen. They wanted a better overall layout for themselves and their two young boys to grow in. The plan was to remove the peninsula that separated the seating space from the rest of the kitchen, as it felt like an obstacle in the room. An island was a definite on the list, both for seating, work space and prep space for baking. The husband is now whipping up large batches of tasty cookies. Also, an integrated charging station was incorporated in one of the top drawers, both out of the way and handy. Adding a built-in microwave was a necessity for the boys to be able to cook favorites for themselves like Ramen noodles and popcorn.
High on the list for Mr. was a coffee station in a hide-away cabinet, which we happily added to the design. Mrs. is an antique enthusiast, having a shop of her own, and requested an open cabinet to show off her pretty finds. Both were achieved in a long run of cabinetry, which sizes vary in depth to create visual interest and a great use of space. The cherry on the cupcake are the beautiful blue industrial feel pendants over the island. Every member of the family got something they wanted and they are busy enjoying their great new kitchen together!
Door Style: Edgemont Recessed
Finish: “Nordic White” on Maple (perimeter), “Matte Twilight” on Sawn Oak (island)
Countertop: “Rain Shadow” Quartz (perimeter), “Calcutta Laza” Quartz (island)
Hardware: Schaub 538PN Polished Nickel Pulls
Sink: Shaw “Fireclay” MS3018WH
Designer: Ruth Bergstrom