Doug Franta Construction
It took two islands to capture the full potential of this kitchen. When one family member likes to cook, and the other likes to bake, it was crucial to divide the work zones into two separate spaces. While considering floor plan options, a double island scenario was a no brainer!
Opening the kitchen up to the adjacent living room by removing the walls surrounding a two-sided fireplace, along with increasing the size of the window above the sink made the new space feel bigger and maximized the amount of natural light.With a balanced finish palette including soft gray perimeter cabinets, contrasting islands, a large format concrete-like fireplace tile, and Cambria quartz countertops/backsplash, the result is absolute perfection.
Beyond Kitchens favorite moment:
From the moment our clients built their home they were told they had to have walls dividing the kitchen from the living room and were under the assumption they were load bearing. After taking a closer look we discovered they were not and made the easy decision to eliminate them from the new design!
Marit Williams Photography