Here we have some Black Walnut shelves overlooking the Cherry island.
A stand alone cabinet and small work station sits between two windows in the kitchen overlooking the front lawn.
A stand alone fireplace and mantle made of Black Walnut, faces the kitchen.
The beauty of natural wood is that no two pieces will ever look the same. Here we show natural & unique patterns in the cabinet doors that face the entryway. This lower cabinetry is part of the main focal point seen upon entering the home.
The Volga Blue Granite slab chosen for the island, is covered in iridescent, free form shapes that really make the island pop. From further away, the countertop appears to be black but upon closer inspection you see these flashes of green and blue all over the island.
This is the island's sink and this view let's us see the mantle & fireplace on the opposing wall.
This large piece has plenty of storage both within the cabinetry and behind the stained glass panels. Made of Black Walnut, this attaches to the other side of the kitchen and the center is open for the hood and stove area.
The kitchen has many elements and this shot shows all of them. There is a wall of Black Walnut cabinetry surrounding the microwave, refridgerator and a stove. The client chose blue pendant lighting over the island to bring out the flashes of blue in the countertop. Under cabinet lighting and glass doors add character to this already stunning kitchen.
A view of the island in its entirety, shows another oven, more Cherry cabinetry and a wall mounted television.
The deep red dining room sits just off the kitchen and has a matching Black Walnut cabinet to tie the two rooms together.
The high ceiling above the kitchen keeps it open and airy. The windows and ceiling lights help keep the space well lit and comfortable.
This is your view as you come down the stairs of the home. Imagine seeing this beautiful work of art everytime you go to get your morning coffee!
The client calls this her "heart cabinet" as the grains going together resemble a heart shape. Chris worked with the matching of the grain in such a way that her request became a reality. Most people may not notice it but she loves the detail of it and was very pleased with the result.