Project Spotlight: Kitchen in Paeonian Springs
LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA
Designed for the husband, master chef, to entertain seated guests and be able to interact with his family while cooking.
Sixteen feet long, the large island weighs over 2,500 lbs. The existing floor was reinforced to accommodate the beautiful Statuarietto marble.
A wall was removed, opening the dining room to the kitchen. French doors were added for easy back-yard access.
The island is flanked by two 42″ high bow front cabinets designed to promote socializing. One of the bow fronts has a charging hub for electronics.
A bi-fold hinged cabinet door opens on each side of the sink for easy access to daily appliances, and a matching coffee station with pot-filler across the island, for easy coffee machine filling.
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Build vs Design Approach Why approach the design with purpose? Often a remodel starts when something breaks, doesn’t work quite right, or you want to improve something (whether it’s a specific function or cosmetics). If you were looking to remodel a kitchen, for instance, from what I refer to as a “build” approach it may…
”We spoke with almost 30 other builders. They said it couldn’t be done. Your designer not only did it, but added the bamboo and the shoji screens to incorporate my heritage. Thank you so much for a tremendous job.”Akiko and Bill