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.
Photos by Bob O’Connor
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: â€śAtrium White,â€ť 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 Arclineaâ€™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 kitchenâ€”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/