Traditional Farmhouse

Designed for a gourmet cook, this kitchen features upgraded appliances, efficient use of space, and modern conveniences enveloped in a traditional, country farmhouse aesthetic. To maximize space, a baking and beverage zone was created to lengthen the kitchen, boasting double ovens, an undercounter refrigerator, a sink, icemaker, and extra cabinet storage and workspace. In the main part, a full refrigerator, full freezer, two more sinks, a 36-inch range, and a built-in, under-staircase pantry provide all a cook needs. The perimeter cabinetry is stained cherry, adding a traditional, warm feel, while the island and baking area cabinets feature maple wood, painted green with an ashy-gray glaze to perfect the country farmhouse look. A honey and cream-hued quartzite countertop blends into the design with a warm glow, while a rustic, brick-look quartzite backsplash beautifully brings all the muted shades together. A handcrafted copper range hood completes the traditional farmhouse motif.


Cabinetry: Scarlett’s Cabinetry
Cabinetry design: Jackie Howard, Scarlett’s Cabinetry
Appliances and plumbing fixtures: Ferguson
Builder: HGH Construction
Countertops and tile: The Tile Store
Tile installation: HC Corporation


cherry stained cabinets and hood and brick-look quartzite backsplash in traditional farmhouse style kitchen
Photography by Creative Revolver

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