Contemporary KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Seattle
What Houzz contributors are saying:
The kitchen, also on the second floor, was designed to allow good circulation and interaction between the cook and guests. "The island gives the audience a view of what's happening, while the chef has unfettered access to the sink, range, refrigerator and ovens," describes Seymen.Again, because the man of the house is tall — and an avid home chef, too — Castanes used a retractable hood to protect his head from knocking against it.Countertops, waterfall edge: Carrara marble; hood: Miele
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Island range, but with split level to separate dining edge from heating surface. Hood above.