This kitchen renovation was influenced by Japanese culture and focused on improving the layout, functionality, and design of the home. A few of the goals were to relocate the kitchen, open the space to the rest of the first level of the home, double the size of the kitchen, and create a kitchen fit for a gourmet chef. A natural granite slab was selected for the main island, and then the rest of the design elements were built around that selection. The slab even features the image of an abstract dragon. Lighting fixtures reflect an “old world” mentality and are reminiscent of a monastery bell. The copper farmhouse sink is also a beautiful accent piece. The Wolf range is perfect for gourmet cooks and includes three warming racks to ensure each meal component stays warm. A formal dining area and built in home office were also added. Allowing for easy access to the patio was a must, and we were able to design a deck space that now overlooks a common garden area. Overall this eastern influenced space is great to come home to each day and has given the family more space to entertain and gather.
Winner of the 2016 HBA Colorado Awards for Remodeling Excellence – Gold Award – Kitchen Remodel Luxury