A slick addition featuring Italian cabinetry works surprisingly well in this 19th-century Duxbury home. Check out all five of our featured Boston Home Kitchens.
Styling by Chrissy Beale
Architecture by Ruhl Walker Architects
Built by Atlantic Properties
APPLIANCES: Cooktop, Oven, and Warming Drawer: Miele Master Chef Collection. Dishwasher: Bosch built-in. Range Hood: Miele Designer. Refrigerators: Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer and wine refrigerator. All purchased through Arclinea.
CABINETS: Convivium in graphite laminate, Arclinea.
COUNTERTOPS AND BACKSPLASH: Ice Flower soapstone, Cumar.
FLOORING: Oak, Doyle Wood Flooring.
HARDWARE: Stainless steel handles and toe kicks, Arclinea.
PAINT: “Atrium White,” Benjamin Moore.
SINK AND FAUCET: Stainless steel undermount sink, Blanco; Tara faucet, Dornbracht.
SEATING: Barstools, Ikea.
1. Dramatic Backsplash
Book-matched soapstone adds textural contrast to the sleek Italian cabinetry.
2. Custom Liners
Clever drawer inserts keep knives sharp and at-the-ready.
3. Smart Fixture
With its flexibility and height, the ergonomically designed Dornbract faucet makes it easy to fill tall pots and clean up after a big dinner.
4. Space Saver
Thanks to Arclinea’s many cabinetry options, a narrow slot was transformed into a full-depth pullout pantry.
5. Extra Prep Area
Guests can brew a cup of coffee or mix a drink in the area adjacent to the kitchen—without bothering the cook.
Get the Look
Sabre Baguette five-piece place setting, $128, Didriks.
Iittala Taika espresso saucer, $14, Didriks.
UNDER THE SEA
John Derian Seaweed #21 tray, $180, Lekker Home.
Check out all five of our featured Boston Home Kitchens.
Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/2012/10/home-kitchen-design-modern/