Our clients wanted their new kitchen to work with the colonial architecture of their Bloomfield Village home, but to feel modern, warm, and clutter free. We selected warm cherry cabinetry with a simple recessed panel, and repeated materials to keep the design simple. Limestone was used both on the floor and behind the six-burner Wolfe range, although we changed the scale of the tile to keep things interesting. The countertops are a velvety soft finished soapstone. It’s funny, but looking at this image, the look could very easily be changed if the barstools and lights over the island were more traditional. That’s the beauty of simplicity.
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