Phlox Lane Charm
This kitchen went through a major transition to become a charming space to cook & entertain.
By utilizing an unused dining room, the kitchen was allowed to expand and create a wonderful eating nook & storage hutch.
The client had future plans to expand a backyard patio and wanted to impliment a larger window above the sink as well as add two patio doors to the backyard. They also knew they wanted the space to feel light and match their traditional style.
The new kitchen is filled with natural light and offers plenty of space to cook and socialize.
Ready to Fall in Love with Your Kitchen?
Contact us today to start the design process with our award winning team members.
After visiting one of our former Remodeler’s Showcase Houses, this homeowner chose Crystal Kitchen + Bath for their project. This kitchen remodel went through a major transformation that involved combining the kitchen and dining room into one cohesive space. A wall came down and a small bay window was removed.
Natural light now streams into the room with the addition of two Marvin French patio doors and a large window over the sink. New oak wood flooring was installed in a medium finish that contrasts nicely with the white cabinets and trim. Subzero and Wolf Professional grade appliances, which includes a 48” wide dual-fuel range makes this a great cooking kitchen. White inset cabinets from Crystal Cabinet Works with traditional molding details and the white, matte finish countertop from Caesarstone creates a timeless look to this room. A built-in hutch with glass front doors provides a place to showcase dishware and to set up a beverage or dessert buffet when entertaining. Traditional plumbing fixtures, including a Rohl bridge faucet & sprayer in sparkling polished nickel finish add a sophisticated touch.
The dining area is flanked by built-in cabinetry, which creates a cozy space to sit down for a family dinner or to enjoy a cup of tea with a friend. Cabinet accessories keep kitchen utensils, spices and bakeware organized and easy to locate when cooking.