Curated Convenience

Thoughtfully laid out for a chef, this kitchen boasts stylish functionality. A 14-foot island takes center stage, creating neatly organized storage, plenty of seating, and abundant workspace. Specialty cabinets and drawers, such as a spice pullout, mixer lift, utensil and garbage inserts, and coffee bar shelf, allow for small appliances and kitchenware to be out of sight yet easily accessed. Top display cabinets feature a rain-textured glass that shows off specialty items and adds interest to the design. In a modified shaker door style with beautiful brushed nickel hardware, the cabinets are made of hickory wood finished with a driftwood stain to highlight the lovely grain. Topped by a quartz countertop for beauty and durability, the natural finish of the cabinets are complemented well by the countertop coloring and lightly stained flooring. A brick-look glass tile backsplash completes the design, bringing together all the natural tones. With professional series appliances, including an oversized refrigerator and freezer and six-burner range, this kitchen is a cook’s dream.


Cabinetry: Cross Cabinets
Cabinetry design: Nancy Hetem, Cross Cabinets
Appliances: AllSouth Appliance Group, Inc. 
Countertops: Granite and Marble Creations
Tile: Wilkerson Tile


long island with quartz countertop and specialty storage cabinets in kitchen in chattanooga


Photography by Matt Dunmore

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