Designed by Bradshaw Designs LLC, this kitchen, kitchen pantry and laundry room were built to make everyone’s life a little easier in the home.
In need of a more open space for entertaining, the designers moved the kitchen, added a beautiful kitchen pantry, and transformed a laundry room to accommodate the homeowner’s needs. The result is a home that has practical workrooms that don’t skimp on style but have family living in mind first and foremost.
I hope you feel inspired by these beautifully designed rooms!
Kitchen, Kitchen Pantry and Laundry Room Design
This kitchen features polished nickel lighting and high-end appliances such as “Miele” coffee system, “Sub-Zero” refrigerator and “Vent-a-Hood”.
The beautiful island lights add sparkle and glam to this modern kitchen.
The fabulous waterfall edge island stone is Calacatta Gold marble which has been honed to a soft finish.
Notice the precisely matched marble veining in the waterfall style countertop. Stunning!
The backsplash tile is Calacatta Marble tile, 3″x6″, honed, from “Delta Granite and Marble” in San Antonio. Isn’t it gorgeous? I love it with the gray cabinets and stainless steel apron sink.
Similar Kitchen Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore Fieldstone 1558”.
Similar Island Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore Dolphin AF-715”.
Gorgeous breakfast nook with custom furniture and floor-to-ceiling window.
The kitchen pantry is elegant and it offers a variety of custom designed cabinets.
Wall Paint Color: “Benjamin Moore Hazy Skies”.
The countertop is “Marble Emperador Light”, aka “Perlado” in a brushed finish.
Much more functional in addition to being pretty this laundry room boasts large drawers for sorting clothes and a nice countertop for folding clothes. After all, you shouldn’t have to compromise on style when it comes to your laundry room. When I design laundry rooms, I always recommend to my clients to make the best of their space with new and efficient appliances, a large sink and plenty of useful storage space!
Mirrored cabinets keep this laundry room spacious and light!
Believe it or not, but usually this is the busiest time of the year for my interior design business because most of us want to get our home ready for the holidays and guests, or we’re starting the new year plans, which often includes a reno. Unfortunately, I can’t accept everyone at once (I only accept one client at a time) but I hope to share enough information on my posts that should help as many people as possible. Renovating a kitchen, for example, is not an easy nor cheap task, but seeing posts like this one, that offers information such as paint color, countertop and backsplash material should help you to get to know the elements and to see if they’re for you.
Always try to remember to collect the information you like about a room you see. You can bookmark it on your computer or collect it on Pinterest. Make sure to specify what you like, this way you will always keep it safe for when you need it.
Thank you, everyone for being here today. I hope you learned a little and had a good time! 🙂
We’ll talk again tomorrow!
Big hugs to all!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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