The spice stain glazed cabinets from Waypoint gives this otherwise modern-looking home a traditional look. This is a beautiful example of how our designers pick the best of both worlds to suit the design preferences of the client. The spice glazed cabinets adds a soft touch to the straight lines and open design.
This particular kitchen presented us with a challenge: a misaligned sloped ceiling. To counter this, we added a ceiling soffit. This hid the odd angle of the ceiling pitch, without bringing the overall ceiling height down, creating a linear style that is typical of the mid-century style the client wanted. The soffit also frames the room and allows integration of task lighting of major work zones.
Ceiling beams discreetly separate the kitchen from the living room. The beams and soffit help frame the kitchen as its own space. A single level island creates a great sense of openness, where friends and family can gather outside the kitchen and still chat with the cook.