This project began when our dear clients, active and successful northerners, reached out after deciding to purchase a new home in Harbor Ridge to update the ‘90s kitchen. While in pristine condition, it simply did not reflect their needs or their style. We were immediately inspired upon entering the home of a large jade green accent wall, polished creamy white tile and lots of beautiful walnut colored décor and furniture pieces.
The clients wanted to keep their original white porcelain tile floors but due to the age and being no longer available, we quickly realized this would not work with the new layout. We wanted a material that would look intentional and be a statement in the overall kitchen design. We went for a chevron wood look tile to create a contrast with the existing white floors pulling in the wood pieces throughout the home. We opted for a two tone kitchen with a beautiful peacock green island, hand made fire clay tile and quartz countertops to pull together a beautiful and cohesive look. We designed custom Amish cabinetry featuring micro stiles and rails and the island having a reeded detail in the center panel to showcase it as the jewel of the kitchen.
We found the perfect grass cloth wallcovering to create a moment on the new wall we configured working as the glue to pull the kitchen and other areas of the home all together. I mean, who doesn’t love tigers and peacocks?!
With the new appliance layout we were able to relocate the oven into the island, while keeping the cooktop and a custom curved hood on the perimeter. Adding panel-ready Thermador appliances to the space brought it to the new level.
Check out the sliders below for some before and after shots of this transformation!
We love working on out of the box design ideas. Embracing parts of your home that you love and creating a unique space that works with your lifestyle is what designing is all about.
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Design, build, and staging by Splendid Home Design
Photos by The J Projects