Kitchen Design

Traditional Transitions

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This colorful masterpiece was designed by Jeff Boico of Classic Kitchen and Bath. The pure white paint and crown molding sets the tone for the main kitchen area. The Omega Dynasty cabinets include shaker doors and slab drawers. They are accented by the peaceful serene blue furniture pieces which go nicely with the blue quartz Cambria Parys counter top for a modern twist.

Taking two rooms and opening them up to make a more grand space allowed Jeff to incorporate an eat in kitchen area as well as bookcases to be utilized as display cases and extra storage. The island which holds the 30″ Wolf gas cook top has a 600 cfm down draft vent to whisk away the smoke and then with the push of a button disappears back into the island.

The Sub-Zero refrigerator is centered on the front wall of the kitchen flanked by a single Wolf oven with glass mullion doors above. On the other side is a pantry with lots of storage with glass mullion doors above for symmetry. The dishwasher is a Bosch; known for being ultra quiet. Let’s not forget the Sharp Microwave drawer oven to finish off the kitchen.

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