This kitchen remodel in an architectural significant 1930′s home for a well-regarded Master Chef carefully respected character of the home while bringing the Kitchen into the current day. A simple but clean palette of walnut and white cabinets accented by carrera marble and gray marmoleum create strong contrasts while still keeping the focus on the cooking.
The kitchen is divided into specific areas to maximize the efficiency and avoid circulation problems which can ruin even the most gorgeous space. A dramatic new steel window forms a backdrop for a cozy eating area with a playful storage wall allowing for a calmer zone out of the main Kitchen area. Towards the Dining Room, a simple bar provides easy access to bar items and some additional storage.
Location: Seattle, WA, US
My Role: Architect and Designer
Additional Credits: This project was built by Ainslie-Davis (http://www.ainsliedavis.com/) and the cabinetry was built by Evan Scott Cabinetry (Evan Bluemer in Seattle (206) 280-7516)