June 9th, 2016 | Kitchens
If you love contemporary, updated spaces that incorporate elements of the unexpected, you’re going to fall head over heels for this next space. This sleek, airy kitchen space was designed for a family home in Weston, Mass. and is full of unique and special twists and turns that make it truly one of a kind.
Let’s take a tour, shall we?
It’s hard to look at a photo of this space without immediately noticing its focal point: the beautiful blue-and-green marbleized backsplash above the cook top.
The backsplash was designed to add an element of unique style and a pop of color to the otherwise neutral space.
The rest of the room was kept sleek, chic, and simple (at least that’s how it appears from the outside).
Behind the various cabinet fronts, however, is an intricately designed storage system that allows the family to make the most of every inch of their space.
The floor-to-ceiling gray cabinets, for example, open up to reveal drawers for appliance and serve wear storage, as well as a handy wet bar, which sits only a few feet from the kitchen’s large wine refrigerator.
The paneling on the walls surrounding the stove may appear to be purely decorative, but the wall is again a system of cabinet fronts designed to stylishly conceal storage.
Contemporary design meets retro style at the end of the large island, where a built in coffee system and microwave sit atop lacquered walnut cabinets.
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