Industrial Kitchen, Seattle
This older kitchen was badly in need of an update. Small windows, inadequate cabinet and counter space and an awkward entry made for a cramped and dark kitchen. By reorganizing the entry to capture a small back porch and adding windows, we created a much larger and more efficient space. Tall white cabinets provide plenty of storage and keep the room feeling light. As a colorful and playful contrast to the white cabinets, the backsplash was made from reclaimed aluminum city street signs. The owners selected signs from streets with tree names and they were cut into tiles and assembled in a random pattern on the wall.
Inspiration for an industrial kitchen remodel in Seattle with stainless steel appliances
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The flooring is marmoleum, another sustainable product.A red drum pendant light gives just a hint of a stop sign or...
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Forbo floor, grenada