This appealing kitchen offers you a timeless design that will make you want to spend your time in hours there. The kitchen island was designed by a talented architect Steven Laurin who the based city is in Newport. The island is a reminiscent of a stunning farm table except for the top of the island viz. CaesarStone. The interior designer of this décor is Meg Braff that chose double pendant lamps in large size to balance out the length of the kitchen island. Moreover, the choice of the lighting fixtures is also to spread warm ambiance to this culinary space in a cozy summer home. To accomplish the final look of the island, some wooden barstools in dark brown shade are placed at its front part.
The understated electric in the hub of the ceiling becomes the sparkling star in this marvelous kitchen décor. It has a unique globular shape with additional feature beneath it. This lighting fixture has illuminated this culinary space in a pretentious way. The pendants are identical with the classic accent of the 19th-century. The pass-through refrigerator is also the quiet star in this culinary space. The center of the space is a nest of the gallant kitchen island. At end of the island is added an open storage that can be used to keep your kitchen aids such as pans, bowls, and trays. Next to it, there are two barstools with round seats that complete the display of the island. The top of the island is glossy marble with the charm of a brown hue.
The antique cabinet in this kitchen is made of oak which is originally designed for a French store. The open cabinet offers you much storage which is perfect for a collector. The designer of this project is Susan Dossetter who found the reproduction of the Windsor chairs in Nantucket. She also chose a dining table which matches with the extended cabinets and the chairs in this kitchen. In accomplishing the project, Susan is helped by Andrew Skurman as the Co-designer. An aisle is created by the encounter between the extended white cabinet with the kitchen island. You can use this space for an access of movement.
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