country charm was brought into this mid 1980's townhouse kitchen
with a floor to ceiling remodel. The goal was to also give
a larger appearance and space to the existing 10x10 kitchen.
This was accomplished by removing part of a dividing wall
that separated the kitchen area from the front eating area.
Previously a linoleum floor and carpet was used in each room.
To create a continuity, hardwood flooring was installed through
much of the first level.
combination of bead-board and shaker style cabinets gave the
kitchen a unique country appeal. The elegance of the kitchen
comes through with a combination of granite, tumbled marble,
and a corner sink with a brushed brass, bridge style faucet.
A focal point of the kitchen is the poulet (chicken) which
defines the style of this room. The partial open soffit appearance
lends a variation in architectural detail, bringing attention
to the custom crown trim and offering space for the customer
to store and display her crafts.
customer has a passion for cooking and a main concern of the
customer's was functionality. The corner sink allowed for
more counter surface near the cook area. The countertop microwave
was done away with and relocated over the range. Both the
range and microwave are Jenn Air products. The range features
a convection oven, standard oven, and five burners in a 30"