Contemporary design meets angles that needed to be dealt with in a efficient kitchen plan. Combining the dark framed cherry cabinets with the frameless horizontal white oak veneer cabinet finish was the key to this design. The island needed to include a support for the header. Sometimes we need to make these support areas work in a design. The client wanted an island that could seat the entire family and function as an entreating space too.
Existing maple floors and cedar ceiling contrast the kitchen with the directional wood grains. Using two quality materials helps to pull the color palette together. The wave in the tile creates a soft movement on the back walls. The wave of movement is a nice contrast to all sharp angles.
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