Sub-Zero and Wolf's 2013-2014 Kitchen Design Contest: Regional Winner Award. The kitchen at Evesley House is the hub of the home, positioned in the large super-room together with the family and breakfast area. It has to suit a busy family lifestyle and be a great space to entertain friends and family. "I wanted to create a functional kitchen that would impress people," says Theresa, "whether it is a client visiting the Showhome for the first time or a family who have moved in and are using the kitchen every day." When you enter the large kitchen, your eyes are drawn to the large island, with its bold color and contrasting wooden breakfast bar, complimented with three simple yet elegant pendant shades hanging above. The main elevation of the space includes the Wolf 48" dual fuel range, with a striking mosaic backsplash and oak manteled traditional chimney detail. The run of full-height frosted wall units spans the full width of the kitchen, emitting a soft-lit glow throughout. The large-scale window positioned in the kitchen provides wonderful natural light and essential views to the garden. The Sub-Zero refrigerators to the left of the main run are built into a full-length furniture piece, taking advantage of the high ceilings and providing an industrial look that contrasts nicely with the hand-painted cabinets and oak accents of the breakfast bar and mantle.