Deerfield Creek Kitchen
The existing kitchen lacked personality and the raised peninsula divided the kitchen from the breakfast nook and family room. The finishes were outdated in beige tones and an angled wall behind the cook top really took away from the flow of the space. Additional storage for this family of five and a drop zone were desperately needed.
The first step in the new design was to remove the peninsula dividing the spaces, replacing it with a monster island, for every storage and prepping need. Reworking the existing angled wall area, straightening it out, and bumping into the adjacent hallway really opened up the kitchen flow. Cool grays, bright whites, and combination of quartz and granite countertops shine within this kitchen. Classic bevel subway tile and rain glass bring personality and charm to the space. A mix of metal finishes complete this stunning kitchen, with polished nickle on the plumbing fixtures and cabinetry hardware and darker finishes in the decorative lighting above. A a reconfigured mudroom just off the kitchen and garage is the final piece of this design, eliminating clutter from the kitchen by providing a new place to charge phones and store bags, coats, and shoes.