Druid Hills – Classic Transitional

Before

Award Winner:

2012 Chrysalis Award for Best Kitchen Remodel

A poorly done addition to this historic home had resulted in a disjointed kitchen layout and awkward ceilings. Frequent entertainers, these homeowners wanted a multifunctional kitchen with integrated living space. To do this, the kitchen peninsula and walls were removed, opening up the area and enabling us to create a multifunctional kitchen with a drop zone and coffee and wine stations. We did this by incorporating detailed elements, such as: the display cabinet, wine storage, sitting area, and the furniture–like design of the island. The contrasting ceiling heights posed a challenge, but as a result of careful detailing and trim work it is now a cohesive, interesting feature of the new kitchen. The homeowners now enjoy a bright, modern kitchen with a seamlessly integrated living area.