This Kitchen Renovation turned out even better than we expected!
Just look at the Before picture.
When I first met this family they weren’t sure if they should remove the wall that divided the kitchen from the sitting room or keep it to save on the overall cost of the project. Thankfully they agreed that the cost was worth it to have an open concept with a huge island and a wonderful Great Room.
The beautiful Mahogany Cabinets add a great deal of warmth to this room with the dark Caviar Stain and Vertical Grain. The floating shelves break things up and create a focal point around the window on the sink wall. The Oven wall features a Wolf M Series Transitional Double Oven and tons of drawer storage.
This Granite is the perfect contrast to the dark Cabinetry, the massive island has a Wolf 36″ Transitional Induction Cooktop paired with a Wolf 15″ Transitional Electric Cooktop and a Wolf 45 Downdraft Ventilation System with a Remote Blower. This set up gives her the capacity she needs to cook for her large family and friends.
The Refrigeration is now where the old pantry cabinets were and feature Sub Zero Integrated Columns, 30″ Refer and 30″ Freezer with a small pantry cabinet to the left. The additional drawers and upper cabinets more than make up for the old pantry cabinets and the cabinets on the wall that we removed.
Many thanks to Mountainlanddesign for referring this client to us and to Roth Living for all of the support you offered during the process and for your continued help with training on their new high tech appliances, and thanks to Russell & Co. Construction for removing the wall and doing everything else that was necessary to make this kitchen renovation happen.
Engineered White Oak Cabinets with Peppertree’s Driftwood stain paired with Steel moldings, a great steel hood, a Wolf Range and a stone backsplash that matches the exterior stone of this home.
I’m excited to introduce this amazing line of cabinetry made in Germany. Visit the LEICHT website for a complete look at their offerings. http://www.leicht.com
For more than 80 years now, LEICHT has been causing a stir with premium kitchens.
The expert interaction of all components and the brilliant combination of material, colour, architecture and light make kitchens come to life. We have always created fitted kitchens with design- and function-oriented product innovations in our very own Interior-Design-Studio. We develop exclusive kitchens oriented to the market and to our customers’ desires. Kitchen lovers can surpass themselves with LEICHT kitchens as there are no limits to individual kitchen planning. Whatever design elements customers ultimately end up choosing, a LEICHT kitchen is always the focus of domestic life, a place where family members converge and guests feel comfortable. With our innovative planning components and flexible modules, kitchens can be developed to suit your own personal vision.
You can’t be afraid of color! Here are the basement guest baths at a Park City ski house we are working on with Loomis Construction.
This Home was designed by Chris Price / Park City Design Build.
The Cabinetry is Peppertree’s Matte finish paint in White with a Gray Island.
This amazing kitchen is Quartered Walnut with a medium stain and Horizontal grain.
What do you think about large Kitchen Islands?
I’m grateful for the opportunity to work with Patrick Thomas of Jack Thomas Associates and Midway Construction on the Nakoma projects in Empire Pass, Deer Valley.
We’re still using Reclaimed Barn Wood in several projects, especially in the Park City Area. It’s a great way to bring the Mountain Rustic feel inside. The Reclaimed Lumber Island helps to balance the White painted Kitchen in this Rustic Mountain Home.
We are just finishing up this amazing Mountain Home in Park City and we used Reclaimed Lumber in several areas. Photos of the finished project will be coming up in a future post.
Even in a Contemporary Kitchen Reclaimed Lumber can be a great accent finish.
Here’s a link to a story Western Home Journal did on Reclaimed Lumber that we were featured in.