Years prior they both tended toward contemporary sleek, clean lines but with their love of travel they began to collect antiques from around the world. The items they collected were more “old world” than contemporary in style. Our designer helped create a kitchen that would showcase their treasures.
The clients purchased one large arched stained glass window from an 1800’s church in England where they visited. The window had a seam where it was neatly split into halves creating panels for the doors. The rare 100 year old German blue and white tile collected wasn't enough tile to do the backsplash. Combining the antique tiles with new strips of black marble camouflaged the AGA’s black exhaust vent.
The AGA range was bought prior to kitchen renovation and served as the palette inspiration. It both warms the space literally and figuratively.
A built-in glass hutch elegantly holds all the dining area essentials. Doors lead to the light-filled conservetory.
The built-in hutch includes divided custom drawers with felt lining for silverware.
Wood panels for dishwasher, trash pull out and customized drawer storage are all hidden behind coordinating doors and drawers.
The farmhouse sink stands out beautifully as all the hidden accessories blend seamlessly.