Interior Design Project No 127
In this Kiawah kitchen renovation, we revitalized a poorly functioning space to make it both beautiful and easy to use. Closing off a redundant doorway into an adjacent room allowed us to maximize the storage capabilities along the refrigerator wall. Elements like wide shiplap on the walls, custom zinc pendants and leathered granite counter tops make this classic white kitchen anything but vanilla.
Photography by William Quarles
Clean lines and simple contrast create a timeless kitchen.
The use of a sconce over the sink, in lieu of a recessed light, adds another layer of visual interest
At the beach, built-in cubbies are not just relegated to the Mud Room anymore. In this entry, we show how a practical solution for beachgoers can be stylish enough to great your guests at the front door.
The creation of this perimeter entertainment bar keeps guests and thirsty kids alike out of the Kitchen’s main work zone. Open shelves offer functional storage while allowing for the display of whimsical beach finds.