Red Hot Kitchen in West RoxburyTransitional Kitchen, Boston
View of the range wall with stainless hood, tile backsplash and walls. A dropped soffit allows for necessary venting. View of the industrial style black pendants.
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Designer Jodi Swartz of KitchenVisions agrees that Shaker-style cabinets are likely here to stay. “Shaker isn’t going anywhere. It’s been the trend in New England for at least the last 15 years,” she says.Swartz recently added Shaker-style cabinets to this remodeled Boston kitchen, which also features dark-stained wood ceiling molding and bright red appliances. “Very little goes out of style if a kitchen is thoughtfully designed and sympathetic to the home’s aesthetic,” she says.
Swartz added a soffit at the top of the range wall in order to add a stainless steel range hood that replaced the microwave above the old range. The wall behind the range is covered in a quatrefoil tile in a matte finish that provides a contrast to the surrounding glossy subway tile.