If you are dreaming of a kitchen that would make any chef pleased and is super elegant, this is it. This kitchen area by Butler Armsden Architects for a San Francisco decorator demonstrate property is practical luxury. Maple floors set the ground principles for the shimmering room. Their coffee with cream color is picked up in the seats of the sleek and low brushed stainless island stools.
White laminate Poggenpohl cabinets type the island, an L-shape of base cabinets, and a full height wall of storage. The restricted amount of wall cabinets is floating away from the wall with lights behind for pure kitchen drama. Their frosty glass fronts lift up and out of the way with the touch of a lengthy stainless pull.
The deep lagoon black of the mirror stone counters is like a classic little black dress or properly fitted tuxedo. Stainless steel sinks, dishwasher, variety hood, refrigerators, and a stove I covet are seamlessly tailored in to the area. The pot filler is any cook’s dream.
However with all of these stunning appliances and lovely storage, my hands-down favorite element is the quilted stainless steel walls. The softness, curiosity, and texture they provide are only surpassed by their gentle and dynamic reflection of light that truly brings the room to life.
Architects: Butler Armsden Architects
Photography courtesy of Butler Armsden Architects