Legacy designer Kimberley Schellenberg updated our clients’ kitchen to make their home feel brighter, more functional and better organized. This Transitional design combines Contemporary touches with strong Traditional elements in the cabinet style, hardware and decorative panels on the island.
Kimberley used light cabinet colors, modern finishes and under-cabinet lighting to give the space a brighter, fresher look. She removed the pony wall to improve flow, and replaced the built-in kitchen pantry with a cabinet full of drawers and pull-outs to maximize functional space. Taking the cabinets all the way up to the ceiling looks great and gives our clients dramatically expended storage.
To improve kitchen organization, Kimberley included a cuterly divider, tray dividers above the fridge, a utensil organizer and a dedicated pull-out cabinet for garbage, recycling and compost.
Kimberley removed the walls around the island, improving sight-lines and creating ample gathering space for extended family. Our clients’ favorite detail is the new spice rack and wood cutlery tray – these hidden features help keep the kitchen organized and clutter-free.
Additional information about this renovation:
|Cabinets||Décor MFP770 Cloud White|
|Hardware||Amerock Westerly in Graphite|