Farmhouse Flair

Custom Kitchen

 

This kitchen is an entertainer’s dream! With an open floor plan that connects kitchen, dining, and living rooms, this space is designed with homeowners and guests in mind. Custom flat panel cabinets with a simple bead and satin bronze hardware line the walls in a soft gray, creating various vignettes throughout the space. To the left, a farmhouse sink provides ample space for dishes and is flanked by dishwasher and trash receptacle, both disguised with custom cabinetry panels. On the back wall, a gas stove by Wolf is perfect for cooking gourmet meals. The backsplash, a white crackle tile by Sanoma, is carried throughout the space, providing a modern touch. To the right, a custom wet bar with built-in wine cooler and floating shelving completes the trifecta. The center of the room boasts the ideal prep station in a counter-height, deep blue-gray island. Stunning Serena & Lily Capiz Honeycomb chandeliers hang above, making a statement. The countertops, finished in Shadow Storm quartzite, feature charging stations – a modern necessity for any gathering. Exposed wood beams run parallel to the room’s European White Oak wide-plank floors, adding traditional farmhouse flair.

 

Photography by Creative Revolver

 

farmhouse kitchen sink surrounded by white cabinets looking out the window

 

Cabinetry: Hitson Cabinets, Inc.

Cabinetry design: Catherine Crabtree, Hitson Cabinets, Inc.

Appliances: Ferguson

Architect: Josh Cooper, JCC Design Studio

Backsplash: Louisville Tile

Barstools: Mango’s Décor & Co.

Countertops: Scenic City Tile & Granite

Plumbing fixtures: Ferguson

 

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