Waterfront Condo "The Bachlerette Pad"

Our client purchased a new condo unit but didn't like the design or quality of the existing kitchen.  Fresh kitchen ideas were needed!  She wanted an open, airy floor plan that would complement the beautiful ocean view from the breakfast area.  The ceilings were tall so the cabinets did not need to extend to the ceiling.  This helped create the openness tha she wanted.

To pull the feel of the ocean, our designer chose a pearl color for the island.  This is a standard color in our Starmark line.

She will be enjoying her Bechlerette Oad for years to come.

Spacious Kitchen

This client came to us looking for a fresh spacious feel to their kitchen.  They were a young professional couple looking for clean lines and a sophicitated look.  We had very little design limitations and spce was not an issue.  The designer chose the island to be the focal point of the room.  Minimalistic kitchen designs are very trendy with todays young adults.  Little clutter and less detail offers a clean and inviting look and feel.

This is a great design for today's life style.

White Kitchen with Dark Island

The kitchen in this shoreline home has an airy, spacious look and feel to it. The exterior white cabinets and the light colored countertop help achieve this. This room is grounded by the large dark island which stands as a focal point in the room. The cooktop was placed in the island to help un-clutter the perimeter countertops.

In this kitchen, the island serves as the third point of the traditional kitchen working triangle. This makes the work space extremely efficient


Quarter Sawn Oak Island

Many older homes have beautiful oak millwork.  This house was no exception.  It has an oak mantle and built-in bookcases in the adjacent room.  We decided to tie the two rooms together by incorporating a quarter-sawn oak island in the kitchen.  The inset shaker style cabinetry created the  custom furniture look necessary to match the period look of the mantle.

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