The kitchen design that started with an inspiration tea towel
“I absolutely love the transformation of this kitchen. Removing the pantry closet and relocating the oven cabinet to be recessed in the wall made a much more functional and spacious layout of the kitchen which made a defined focal point wall with a beautiful custom wood hood as the star!”
A busy family of 5.
The Design Story
The inspiration for this kitchen renovation started with a Hilton Head tea towel. When the client met with our designer Lindsay Cooper she explained that she wanted to incorporate the style from the towel into the design. Lindsay accomplished this by expanding the overall kitchen and creating an open airy beach vibe while incorporating natural coastal tones of blues and tan, that the client loves so much.
There were several unique requests by the client, one being that they didn’t want any outlets in their backsplash. Lindsay worked closely with their electrician to create a design that recessed all lighting into the bottom of the wall cabinets, leaving a beautiful uninterrupted backsplash.
- Cabinetry: Shiloh Inset Hanover Poplar in Seagull & Hudson stains
- Countertops: Carrara Versailles
- Backsplash: Daltile Empyrean Marble Ingot Mosaic
- Design Consultation
- Space Planning/Blueprint Review
- Cabinetry Selection & Design
- Backsplash Selection & Design
- Countertop Selection
- Electrical Layout
- Paint Selections
- Project Management