Classic & Contemporary

Custom Kitchen


Clean lines and neutral colors are king in this spacious kitchen. Open to the home’s great room, warm shaker-style wall cabinets painted in Analytical Gray allow the kitchen to blend effortlessly into adjacent areas. Light Alaskan White granite countertops with dark gray veining add a hint of drama and are a durable option, while elegant white subway tiles line the room’s back wall. Tying in easily with the color found in the countertops is the island, which is painted in Caviar. Measuring 20 feet long and 5 feet wide, this prominent island provides plenty of space for entertaining, and dual sinks make prepping and cooking meals a breeze. Double ovens, a microwave drawer, and a professional range – complete with a telescopic downdraft system – are a chef’s paradise. Six low-back barstools with light gray fabric add to the classic nature of this kitchen. With clean and modern details throughout, this space accentuates form following function.


Photos courtesy of Juliet Braly Interior Design/by Med Dement


black island in kitchen with gray cabinets


Interior designer: Juliet Braly, Juliet Braly Interior Design

Cabinetry design: Juliet Braly, Juliet Braly Interior Design 

Appliances and lighting and plumbing fixtures: Ferguson

Barstools: Chattanooga Bar Stools & More

Cabinetry: Dakota Concepts Inc.

Construction: Josh Cain, Cain Development, LLC

Countertops and backsplash: Chattanooga Granite & Marble

Custom woodwork and trim: Floor Images, LLC

Tile installation and flooring: Floor Images, LLC

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