Our last post, 3d movies, 3d tvs, 3d design!, featured a beautiful house in Tarrytown that needed a little help becoming a home to its new owners. Using 3D technology [and the Clients’ admirable style], our Designers were able to transform the kitchen from a rustic and impractical room to a sleek and sensible utopia. Keep reading to see the wonderful makeover!
The original layout of the kitchen failed to encompass the area it was allotted. The back peninsula made the room feel cut off and blocked functional access to the glass doors behind it. Without an island, the room was left with an illogical amount of square footage in the center and lacked counter space and storage. The finishes were a bit outdated and rustic for the Clients’ European design style.
The original peninsula was removed, giving the space a more open plan for ease of use. The bar area, that was previously incorporated into the peninsula, is now more accessibly located at the entrance of the kitchen. A large island was added in the center of the room to house the new cooktop and range hood, increase storage, and create a focal point in the room. To appeal to the Clients’ love for European design, the cabinetry and hardware are low-profile and minimalistic. Cool tones of the sleek white cabinets and perimeter quartz countertops combined with warm tones of the zebra wood and gray quartz countertop at the island to convey a fresh, well-rounded, and comfortable environment.