Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Sita Montgomery Interiors: The Primrose Project Kitchen Reveal

As promised, today I am back with the reveal of the Primrose Project Kitchen. My client's previous kitchen was pretty, but it wasn't jiving with the bright, fresh feel they wanted for their home. So we decided to gut the kitchen and start from scratch. All new white cabinetry was installed. We kept most of the appliances in the same spaces, but we upgraded them to professional series appliances, including a range with a steam oven. We also opted to panel the full size refrigerator and freezer. The other major change we made was taking out the angled corner pantry. We then added gorgeous quartz countertops, a white beveled subway tile, with a pretty marble herringbone accent, beautiful brass hardware and lighting. Again, we replaced the old tile floor with gorgeous quarter sawn white oak wood floors, which we continued through to the living room, and finished with a rich, dark stain. The result is a fabulous and functional kitchen, perfect for cooking up meals and hosting family gatherings.

The angled corner pantry was squared off. We made it larger by borrowing room from the laundry area that was behind it. We then gave it a fun cabinet front, swinging door to keep it hidden and continue the flow of the cabinets. 

Thats's a pebble ice maker you see in there! I am so jealous!!

A  new round dining table, pretty wood and upholstered chairs and a beautiful new light fixture found their home in the dining area of the kitchen.

Brass barstools? Yes, please!!

Here is what the kitchen looked like before:

and now:

Isn't it just perfect? I certainly think so. My clients have enjoyed cooking in the kitchen and then gathering around their new 72" round dining table. The large table is perfect for this family of 7! My clients said that it had changed the way they interact at meal times. They are having more conversation than ever before! Now that is beauty and function at its' best. I hope you enjoyed the kitchen reveal!

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