I wanted their kitchen to feel elevated and on-trend, but also classic and subtle. I chose a timeless shaker cabinet door style, and added the perfect amount of curved lines with knobs and pulls. I brought some interest and curve to the very linear space with the pendant and sconce light fixtures.
We had a few different colour options for the island, but ultimately decided on the perfect blue, Midnight by Benjamin Moore. It accented the Sherwin William Pure White walls and warmer dark wood tones that we chose for the open shelving.
For countertop, I used quartz, Lucerne Lake by Radianz. It’s the perfect white with subtle grey veining. And to add function and shine, a classic grey subway tile backsplash finished off the walls.
The flooring was also tile, in a wood grain pattern. In the front foyer it was installed in a herringbone pattern, and then it switched to a random pattern in the kitchen and it resembles real hardwood but looked more purposeful then trying to match their existing hardwood in their family and dining room.