Mountain Majesty

Cherry wood cabinets with a light stain allow the wood’s natural imperfections to shine, giving a rustic vibe to the space. Curated pieces of pottery are displayed in glass-front cabinets, and above the range, a custom hood with antique oak molding blends seamlessly in the space.

The oak island, painted and glazed in a soft cream color, is topped with a rich walnut surface. Stocky furniture-style legs anchor the end of the island, and high-backed chairs allow guests to enjoy the outstanding vistas. Unique glass light fixtures give a warm glow and further accentuate the kitchen’s ode to its mountainous surroundings.

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Appliances and lighting: Ferguson

Architect: Louis Wamp, Louis Wamp Architect & Associates, Inc.

Cabinetry, hood, and island: Ana Woodworks

Cabinetry design: Carol MacKinnon, CKD, Ana Woodworks

Contractor: Jay Morris, Southland Builders, Inc.

Countertops: Cornerstone Granite

Tile: Louisville Tile

 

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