Inspiration for a contemporary u-shaped enclosed kitchen remodel in Milwaukee with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, blue cabinets, quartz countertops, glass tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances

Mid-Century Modern Kitchen with Greenfield Cabinetry

Contemporary Kitchen, Milwaukee

Firm: Design Group Three Designer: Alan Freysinger Cabinetry: Greenfield Cabinetry Photography: Jim Tschetter IC360 Images Veteran kitchen designer Alan Freysinger worked closely with the Fox Point, WI homeowners on this kitchen. Admittedly, not afraid of color, the homeowner loved Alan's suggestion of adding the wood veneer to the mix of cabinetry, adding an additional layer of interest and the addition of texture. Design Group Three, together with custom Greenfield Cabinetry, stepped up the living pleasure of this Fox Point family's home. When this kitchen remodel was first underway, the homeowner envisioned a blue kitchen (orange was her 2nd choice!). She went to the paint store & found blues she liked, taped those color samples to the kitchen wall & one by one she and her husband whittled down their choices to the color blue you see now! From Milwaukee to Chicago, clean lines are much desired in today's kitchen designs. Design Group Three hears many requests for Transitionally styled kitchens such as this one. Want a pop of orange? blue? red? in your kitchen? Milwaukee's Design Group Three can custom match any color in paint (or stain!) for cabinetry in your home, as we did in for this blue kitchen in Fox Point, WI. Not sure if you are up for this much color in your kitchen? Begin with remodeling a bathroom vanity with a pop of color, live with it for a while & then, if you decide it's for you too, call in Design Group Three & we'll work with you to uncover your perfect color palette. Can you imagine this same kitchen in orange? This Fox Point, WI homeowners preliminary vision for her kitchen remodel walked the line between orange & blue! Blue kitchens are completely on trend in today's kitchens! According to the National Kitchen & Bath Association, Transitionally styled kitchens, such as this blue one, are the most commonly requested design genre. In fact, in 2012, for the first time ever since the NKBA started keeping track, Transitional beat out Traditional as the most requested style by homeowners. What exactly is affordably luxury? You are witnessing it in these photos. Discover it via Milwaukee's Design Group Three & Greenfield Cabinetry. Transitional Style (also known as "updated classic", "classic with a contemporary twist", "new takes on old classics") in interior design & furniture design refers to a blend of traditional and contemporary styles, midway between old world traditional & the world of chrome & glass contemporary; incorporating lines which are less ornate than traditional designs, but not as severely basic as contemporary lines. As a result transitional designs are classic, timeless, and clean. Lucky, lucky kitchen. Greenfield Cabinetry's interpretation of Midwestern Modern. Seasoned Design Group Three designer & owner, Alan Freysinger's design details take their cues from your lifestyle, as reflected in this transitionally styled kitchen. "The general color trend is a move toward bolder, crisper colors as a reflection of the 'anything goes' culture we live in now." - Jonathan Adler, Designer
Inspiration for a contemporary u-shaped enclosed kitchen remodel in Milwaukee with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, blue cabinets, quartz countertops, glass tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances - Houzz

Questions About This Photo (2)

goldenapple1 wrote:May 14, 2015
  • goldenapple1
    5 years ago

    Are you sure?!

  • PRO
    Design Group Three
    5 years ago

    Yes, The lighting was adjusted in the photos as sun was a factor during the photo shoot.

    Here is another shot that showcases the true color:


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