The Tradition of Transitional

In this classic, comfortable, and elegant kitchen, traditional elements give way to a timeless design. Warm white cabinets trimmed all the way to the 10-foot ceiling support the luxurious ambiance. Custom inset cabinetry by Wood-Mode features large, soft-close drawers with interior lighting and convenient features, such as a hidden docking station for phone or iPad charging, utensil organization, and much more. A custom-designed hutch sports a mirrored backing to help show off the homeowner’s fine china collection, and across from it, mirrored cabinet doors reflect the china hutch. Nearby, stainless appliances make this kitchen a dream to cook and entertain in. A six-burner Dacor range, Wolf convection steam oven, warming drawer, and ice maker partner with the custom hood and integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator to round out the long list of hardworking appliances. Still, the true centerpiece of the room is the 10-foot-long island topped by a decadent three-inch slab of marble-veined quartzite. With storage, seating, and multiple work stations, this kitchen is a home cook’s dream, styled to last.


Interior designer: Aaron Kirby, Furniture of Dalton
Appliances: Furniture of Dalton
Cabinetry: Furniture of Dalton
Cabinetry design: Aaron Kirby, Furniture of Dalton
Construction: Kim L. Woods Construction, Inc.
Countertops and backsplash: Stone Source, Inc.


custom hutch full of fine china in transitional style kitchen in chattanooga


Photos Courtesy of Furniture of Dalton / By Christian Olvera

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