Beautiful Deep Cove Kitchen

June 29, 2012 by  
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GVC Renovations recently finished a beautiful semi-custom kitchen overlooking the water in Deep Cove.   Using Kraftmaid Cabinetry, we were able to transform the once small, cramped kitchen into a beautiful functional space that complimented the new open concept floorplan.  The Sedona Shaker door added an element of modern flare, while the two tone stains brought a sense of nature into the kitchen.  The main wall cabinets were maple, stained canvas, while the island was designed in cherry wood which was stained in a  rich kaffe tone.

In keeping with the natural flow of the kitchen, the buttermilk Caesarstone countertop added that extra element that brought both light and dark together seamlessly.

When choosing the backsplash, solid glass was the natural choice.  The client really wanted to keep the focus on the cabinets and the minimalist nature of the kitchen.  The solid glass allows the eye to focus on the overall design instead of being distracted by the illusion of movement that grout lines can cause with doing a tile backsplash.  Add in the soft green tone of the glass, we were able to capture a subtle water element into the design, keeping with the view that the client would be looking out at each morning while eating breakfast.

Glass door cabinets and integrated appliances were the perfect finishing details that give the kitchen that last elegant touch.