Project: Project Little John: Kitchen

Date: Summer 2016

Work: Full kitchen renovation: Cabinetry, island, bar, entrance closet etc.

Notes: These young clients completely renovated their mid-century back split. They wanted their new home to have the character of the era in which it was built--modern, clean and simple. the client felt that slab front doors were too contemporary so we decided to use shaker style doors, mixed with a contrasting white oak trim. The white cabinets were designed and built so that the white oak trim created a seamless frame. Even the under cabinet lighting was built into the 3/4" thick white oak panel. The perimeter countertop is Quartz while the island is topped in a gigantic white oak butcher block top.

This project was completed with KMSalterDesign  

The left side of the kitchen features a built in fridge, and custom cabinetry of painted shaker doors and white oak trim.

The left side of the kitchen features a built in fridge, and custom cabinetry of painted shaker doors and white oak trim.

Simple globe style pendant lights  and modern stools chosen by KMSalter Design bring home the mid century vibes

Simple globe style pendant lights  and modern stools chosen by KMSalter Design bring home the mid century vibes

A giant White Oak butcher block countertop anchors the island in the room 

A giant White Oak butcher block countertop anchors the island in the room 

The cabinetry to the right of the side entrance covers many necessities: coat storage, bar glasses and liquor storage and a full height pantry with roll out drawers.

The cabinetry to the right of the side entrance covers many necessities: coat storage, bar glasses and liquor storage and a full height pantry with roll out drawers.

We designed the fireplace with a clean white boarder, modern tiles and a floating mantle. Hamilton Holmes also framed the art. This perspective also gives a view of the island and the side door storage with glass doors.

We designed the fireplace with a clean white boarder, modern tiles and a floating mantle. Hamilton Holmes also framed the art. This perspective also gives a view of the island and the side door storage with glass doors.