Transitional Glam Kitchen
The white painted perimeter cabinets with glass fronts are reminiscent of what one would find “back in the day”. They allow the homeowners to display their finer dishes, and create a break in the cabinetry to keep with the open concept.
The large, dark stained island boasts a second sink and seating for casual dining and conversation. The island has a Caesarstone countertop, which gives the look of Carrera marble but is far more durable. The butcher block counter at the end of the island has an abundance of lighting for prep work and houses the prep sink. The contrast in heights, colors and textures of these two countertops provides a nice visual break for this long island while balancing the sleek look of the Caesarstone with the warmth and charm of natural wood.