Ocean Inspired Kitchen Remodel in Bolton, MA
When these Bolton, MA homeowners first arrived in our showroom, they were sure of one thing; Kitchen Associates was the obvious choice to help them update their outdated kitchen of thirty years. After meeting with our design team and many hours of homework, they came back with a very structured “want” list to improve both the form and function in their kitchen. We were up for the challenge of making their long list of ideas a reality.
Being avid gardeners and cooks, spurred a visit to our partners at the Clarke SubZero & Wolf Showroom in Milford, MA. They thoroughly enjoyed their real-time cooking experience and left with a homemade pie, made with berries from their yard. Two key appliances would be incorporated into their design; SubZero’s BI48-SID/O combined Refrigerator Freezer with Brookhaven integrated panels. Also chosen was the Wolf Gas Rangetop SRT36C with infrared char broiler. “Now they were really cooking!”
Extra storage was added in the way of a tall food pantry with a reduced depth, making food staples more accessible. Their favorite cabinet however, is the base pantry pullout in the island. It is a convenient reach for oils and spices, which can be easily accessed for prep on the island.
The homeowners became completely engaged with finding the perfect “ingredients” to add to their kitchen remodel. They are world traveler’s and frequent the island of Nantucket. Loving all things ocean, they were overcome when they came across slabs of the exotic “Lemurian Blue” granite with its beautiful blue/green hues. The backsplash they chose completely raised the bar, complimenting the blues and greens of their granite. The earrings on the kitchen are the soft pendant lights, providing task lighting but are soft enough not to interrupt the kitchen view. All in all, their kitchen is truly the “heart of their forever home.”
Door Style: Colony Recessed
Finish: Nectar on Cherry
Countertop: “Lermurian Blue” exotic granite
Hardware: Amerock BP55340G10 brushed nickel
Designer: Ruth Bergstrom