The kitchen is the heart of the home! We’re featuring 8 of our previous listings below, with a short kitchen thought on each. Maybe you’ll have an idea for your own home!
20 Carriage House Lane – This quaint cottage packs a BIG punch, with timeless design details throughout. We love that the kitchen selections include elevated details, like a hanging chandelier and decorative corbels under the bar. The light and bright details help the relatively small space feel much larger.
32 Mystic Moss Street – This beautiful kitchen is elegantly designed, and super functional. We love the mixed-use of texture, from the wood overhead vent to the sleek black granite countertops. The lower cabinets were designed for function with oversized drawers, rather than standard door cabinets.
185 New Providence Way – While today’s trend of a super open floor plan is great, it can sometimes be difficult to define a space without a traditional wall divider. This home is designed to embrace the open floor plan, while still defining spaces within the kitchen. The office area, right beside the kitchen, is made more functional with the addition of built-in cabinet and desk storage, that mirror the kitchen’s design.
218 Cider Street – Industrial details are a great way to break up traditional design. This home is equipped with a metal hood vent, and the same brushed nickel details in the pendant lights and plumbing fixtures. These industrial details help elevate the space to give it a commercial kitchen feel.
166 Northlake Street – In many homes, the kitchen is the epicenter. With an open plan kitchen and dining layout, it’s important to design a space that encourages family and guests to gather. In this home, the dining and kitchen areas are close enough to maintain a sense of communication, while still creating clearly divided spaces. From the cozy bench seating at the table to the bar seating at the island, everyone will have a seat in this kitchen!
71 Waters View Drive – The current trend in kitchens is to put everything away, but some items deserve to be put on display! In this custom kitchen, the current owners have so many functional, and beautiful, kitchen items. The mix of accessories adds a wonderful pop of flair to this stunning white kitchen.
1764 Old Carter Hill Road – Is your home a little older? You don’t have to sacrifice style, or your paycheck, to elevate a dated kitchen. This particular home was built in 1974! Re-painting cabinets with an on-trend shade, and updating light and plumbing fixtures can do wonders to make a space pop in today’s market.
262 Forest Glen Drive – In a new construction home it’s important to design for upcoming trends. Although gray kitchens have been the “norm” for the past few years, trends are always changing. This kitchen was designed with neutrals that could suit almost any taste.