Normandy Designer Vince Weber, worked closely with the homeowners to create an open and spacious floorplan with timeless beauty and appeal. “The existing kitchen was isolated from the rest of the house,” says Weber. “One of the redesign goals of the homeowners was to tie the kitchen with the living room to create a ‘living kitchen’ that would function as the central gathering space for the family.” The resulting design paired timeless colors and classic inset cabinetry to give the kitchen a casual elegance. The island was designed to feel like a furniture piece, which creates a visual divide between functioning kitchen, and the informal eating and living space.
Featuring white painted cabinetry for the perimteter of the space and dark stained island for a contrast, the green backsplash tiles and subtle green countertops add personality to the space.
Weber worked closely with the homeowners throughout the design and construction process to ensure that their goals were being met. In the end, the homeowners are very happy with their new "living kitchen" and are proud to have this two-time award winning space in their home.
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What brand and model of lighting is it over the lsland? Thank you »
what style of hardware is on the other side of the island? - do you have a pic of the other side of this island? usually i love larger handle style hardware but this kitchen is stunning and it is an inspiration to me on my next kitchen in a new spec home....so whats on the other side? wondering if smaller knobs would look ok there. »