Madison Park Residence
Modern Kitchen, Seattle
The original kitchen featured an island that divided the space and was out of scale for the space, the tile and countertops that were dated. Our goal was to create an inviting kitchen for gatherings, and integrate our clients color palette without doing a complete kitchen remodel. We designed a new island with high gloss paint finish in turquoise, added new quartz countertops, subway and sea glass tile, vent hood, light fixtures, farm style sink, faucet and cabinet hardware. The space is now open and offers plenty of space to cook and entertain. Keeping our environment in mind and sustainable design approach, we recycled the original Island and countertops to 2nd Used Seattle.
Eat-in kitchen - large modern u-shaped terra-cotta tile and beige floor eat-in kitchen idea in Seattle with white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink, raised-panel cabinets, solid surface countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash and an island
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On your cabinets: Although a pale color, aqua is still notable when placed in the kitchen. Try using it as the focal...
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Light tile floor