Polished Perfection

Custom Kitchens

Photography By Ty Johnston / Courtesy of Cross Cabinets

 

 

This chic kitchen pairs white shaker cabinets with a hickory wood island and hood, resulting in a classic modern farmhouse look. Between the island and L-shaped cabinetry, ample storage for cooking essentials is available, allowing for the granite countertops to maintain their pristine appearance. Flush-mount appliances contribute to the polished aesthetic, as do the coordinating panels covering the French door refrigerator. Subway tile is the obvious choice for the backsplash given its clean lines and modest presence, save for a patch of patterned accent tile directly above the range – lending texture and character to the space. Adding even more visual interest is the kitchen’s brick accent wall, complete with floating shelves and modern lighting fixtures. Not only does the brick help to break up this large room, it also serves as an eclectic counterpart to the island and wood floors and is yet another nod to the modern farmhouse style.

Cabinetry: Cross Cabinets

Cabinetry design: Nancy Hetem, Cross Cabinets

Appliances: Woodlee Appliance

Backsplash: Acme Brick, Tile & Stone 

 Builder: Weller Brothers Construction 

Countertops: Granite Warehouse 

Flooring: Hank’s Carpet & Flooring 

Lighting fixtures: Progressive Lighting

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