Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Lynx Ridge Kitchen...

For the past 9 months we have been working on a very traditional home in Lynx Ridge. The clients had specific items and styling that they wanted represented in the space and at the end of the day it was everything that they hoped it would be and more. There really is nothing better than having clients that respect the work we do, the craftsmanship, and the time that goes into making one of our homes a reality.

The kitchen was built-on-site, as with all of our cabinetry, out of alder and stained a dark brown with red undertones. It took us a few times to nail the color but we finally got it perfect.

The kitchen features a large ' x ' island and is open to the vaulted great room that has soaring 26' tall ceilings.

Attention to detail is throughout the home and they represent the little things that take a home from a 5 to a 10. With toe-kick detailing at the base, dental mold up top there is a balance of details that continues in-between with the corbels under the hood, and a beautiful marble backsplash 

The flooring throughout the common areas of the main level are finished on site 3" rustic maple with a dark brown custom stain applied at the time they were sanded, the perfect compliment to the rich tones of the cabinets.

The 48" Sub Zero built-in fridge is fully integrated with alder panels that match the cabinetry in the home, a great way to still have an amazing fridge without the large amount of stainless...perfect for a more traditional home. In the island we built pull out baskets in the island for the items that they use in the kitchen daily.

Below is a glimps of the pantry, there is another fridge going in the space next to the countertop and the cabinetry continues around to the other two walls for maximum storage. Just off of the kitchen is a small command center that also can function as a small wet bar when they are entertaining with the wine storage and ample counter space.

And the mud room, just off of the kitchen. Again, alder, details, warmth.

All image owned by Veranda Estate Homes & photographed by LifeSeven Photography

There is a bit of the home, I will be sure to share more with you soon...the bar turned out killer!! Hope you enjoyed this home, as I mentioned it is a far departure from what I have been working on as of late but that is what makes my job so enjoyable and keeps me on my toes!! Mel xo

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