Classic Traditional Kitchen by James Howard
2011 NKBA Design Competition - Large Kitchens: First Place
Originating with the classic French palette of blue and butter cream, this grand yet comfortable appearing space is the outcome of immaculate and impressive attention to the finest detail in design and product selection. A ten-foot cabinet height helps to visually lower the expansive ceilings with their dramatic truss-style beams. Some of the notably sumptuous components such as the lavish chandelier, an antiqued copper and carved stone hood, and two massive islands are given balance and made palatably non-pretentious by the warmth of the black walnut island top, wood flooring, overall creamy hues, and particular aging effects and glazed finishes on the cabinetry. A substantial space deserves the ability to endure substantial entertaining. This space is well-equipped to serve, with the primary kitchen containing two sinks, dishwashers and trash compartments, in addition to a butler's pantry that holds two additional refrigeration units, another sink, dishwasher, and another trash pull-out.
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