An epicurean kitchen for a family of three, who loves to entertain friends and family. The custom black and white juxtaposed cabinets contrast and create depth. The quartz covering the backsplash and countertops sets the tone of the imposing space. The rest of the house has a similar color scheme, with just suitable variations.
It was critical, from the standpoint of interior design, to anchor the open space on the first level of the house with the contrast and bold palette of the kitchen. The rounding of the edge of the kitchen island softens the space and architectural detail. The daylight illuminating the kitchen via the windows and French doors reflects on the white cabinets and countertop.
Location Upper Buena Vista Status Design Phase Service Interior Architecture Sectors Residential Area 100 Ss. Ft.
A floor-to-ceiling wall of storage cabinets with a concealed door leading into the pantry. Tambour wood panel on the hood vent and island to create texture and depth to the kitchen. Quartz floating shelf above the cooktop for ease of access to spices and other ingredients.
Wood Tambour is a decorative surface covering that has grooves cut into it. The grooving not only looks good but also gives the panels the ability to bend and twist inwards and outwards without losing their structural integrity.
For its hardness, quartz ranks among the top ten. Quartz is a popular and dependable countertop material due to its high resilience and abundance. Quartz countertops are commonly referred to as “engineered” or “man-made,” but they are actually constructed of natural stone, not synthetic materials.