Kitchen Cove Design Co.



Looking Back + Going Forward

The character-filled home enjoys many of the original details and the new kitchen offered an exciting opportunity to combine a traditional and modern approach. Using the Exeter series, by Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry, the doors and trim have enough subtle detail to feel familiar in the traditional sense while offering a clean simplicity. The cabinetry is painted Evening Sky by Benjamin Moore and quartersawn white oak base cabinets and accents add welcome lightness and texture. The stone countertops are an earthy leathered granite that feels natural in the space while the handmade Hubbardton Forge light fixtures in aged brass complete the new space perfectly.

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This newly built home’s timeless feel reflects days gone by. Velvety painted cabinetry and polished calacatta quartz countertops are mixed with reclaimed barn beams, antiqued brass light fixtures and handmade tile to create layers of rich texture. Deceptively simple, the creamy white kitchen with striking blue island and separate butlers pantry, provide all the luxury and innovation of a well appointed custom home.

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Bailey island

The stormy marble backsplash surround creates a dramatic focal point in this crisp white ocean front kitchen. Two panel ready Thermador columns, one 30” refrigerator and one 18” freezer, were placed on separate walls allowing the 8’ surround to take center stage. The stainless steel glass door wall cabinets and hood keep the kitchen light and airy with a modern vibe.

bayou blend

This contemporary farmhouse in Falmouth blends each of its homeowner’s roots. Her New Orleans aesthetic is incorporated by using tall ceilings and oversized window and doors, while the farmhouse exterior reflects his New England style. The kitchen accentuates the height and airiness by extending the minimal wall cabinetry and custom zinc hood to the ceiling. Painted taupe cabinetry create a soft, less formal family space, while the reflective white marble countertops set off the subtle color. The island’s seating for four is set on the back and adjoining side making for a conversational atmosphere.

midnight blue renovation

The combination of the midnight blue Ilve range surrounded by black walnut cabinetry and trim, along with the marble circular mosaic backsplash, set the tone for this entire kitchen renovation. The Midnight blue range was color matched for the island cabinetry, while the remaining white cabinets and quartz countertop provide a fresh backdrop. The curved stiles and mullion patterns were designed to follow Rocky Mountain Hardware‘s Cirque pull, continuing the circular motif. Warm walnut tones repeat on the floor, dining table, and butcher block cart while also reflecting in the orange chevron pattern found in the butler's pantry.