Casual Contemporary Kitchen by Tim Scott
NKBA's 2012 Design Competition Winner: Small Kitchen - Second Place.
Co-Designers: Erica Westeroth, CKD, NCIDQ and Sheena Hammond
If ever there were true representation of a fresh green Granny Smith apple, or a crystal clear Peridot, it would be this crisply composed kitchen palette, which boldly commits and adheres to the sophisticated color theme. Complimenting tones are introduced through warm wood tones in cabinetry, flooring and a freestanding kitchen table.
The owner was open-minded to design suggestions, but also requested that the design be a bit open - as in opening up the floor plan to the dining room more and opening up both the view and access to the backyard and barbecue. Meanwhile, a theme of "threes" was incorporated with ceiling fixtures and pendent lighting lending to the design. A number of design obstacles were overcome by smart planning - solutions like boxing out plumbing pipes, the chimney and closing in a side window that faced a neighbor's brick wall were just a few of the answers provided. In the end, what you're not seeing in this finished room was half the challenge!
Photo By: Larry Arnal/Arnal Photography
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