A beautiful collaboration between the homeowner and ,our friend and designer, Jennifer Bertrand consulting on the job.
The fun inset wood on the island allows for seams to be hidden but also for a feature that makes it unique and cool!
This home is all about the view to backyard trees, so everything is clean and simple and nothing tries to hard to say “look at me”. Every element blends into the next allowing a yummy, harmony of materials.
The hood was created by master craftsman, Jon Cale, who knows how to make hot pressed steel look it’s best. And let’s not ignore the fact that this family embraces color. Their color accents are as happy as they are and bounce from citrons to varying shades of teal allowing them to play off the colors of outside with an extra punch of life. Overall, how can you not smile and want to cook in here when looking at it?!
Stones Used:Kitchen: Arabescato IIHutch: Caesarstone Rugged ConcreteMaster vanity & accents: Silestone Eternal StatuarioMain level 1/2: Nero Orion honedBasement Baths: Silestone Grey Expo 2cmBasement Powder: Caesarstone Rugged ConcreteBasement Bar: Black Pearl Brushed