I’d say that hands down the best part of this design is the series of windows along the sink wall. And those sconces flanking the windows? I die. So good.
The charging drawer is pretty clutch in the world we live in today. But that walk-in pantry is pretty darn high up on the list, too, so it’s hard to choose.
And you know how we feel about cased openings, can’t love them enough. We popped one in where there once was a solid wall, so we could open the kitchen up to a seldom used den. It kept its charm as a separate room but now it feels a little more part of the family.
Perhaps the real hero of this entire project is the floor plan. It allows the living area to flow directly into their kitchen, while connecting to the garage via the mudroom. Once you come in via the back door, a series of beautifully placed cased openings between the mudroom, kitchen and bar flow seamlessly together creating almost a gallery of light.
To complement our client’s taste which is the essence of Southern classic – beautiful shades of blue, white, brass and wood tones, we strategically infused these choices throughout the project, with the blue reigning supreme. Loosely veined white quartz countertops, Farrow and Ball’s “Hague Blue” on the island, Visual Comfort’s “Stonington” lanterns over the island and Rejuvenation’s Unlacquered brass hardware were used to bridge the past with the present and create a timeless look for this kitchen addition!