Designed by Driggs Designs and built by Braswell Custom Homes in Raleigh, NC, this traditional kitchen is very inspirational and what I like the most, besides its design, is its compact size, which is perfect for a growing family.
This kitchen is also full of life, proving that traditional kitchens don’t have to be boring. They can be fun, have some color and still keep their timeless appeal.
The off-white cabinets are complemented by beautiful hardware, granite countertops and a traditional subway tile backsplash. Other things we can’t miss in this traditional kitchen are the versatile island and the very practical breakfast nook with its own built-in bench.
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What a homey feel you get from this kitchen! The backsplash is a standard builders grade subway tile. The light fixtures above island are by World Imports, the barstools are from Greenfront Furniture and the floor is oak with alternating 3″, 4″ & 5″ planks. The finish is Minmax English Chestnut.
The island legs are 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ and the faucet is by Danze in an oil rubbed bronze finish.
The window treatments were custom-made. The designer used pinch pleat drapes over the sink and faux relaxed roman shades by the bench seat. The fabric is by Robert Allen.
Beautiful skirted parsons dining chairs. The chairs were from Lane Furniture, but currently discontinued.
The wall color is Restoration Hardware Bay Laurel and the trim is Sherwin Williams Antique White. The table is by Stanley Furniture.
The cabinet maker is Locust Grove Verona Cabinetry . The color is a custom, but it is very similar to Sherwin Williams Antique White. The cabinets also have a brown glaze in its ridges. The countertop is Venetian Gold Standard granite.
Measurements: The dimensions of this kitchen are 17’6″ x 19’9″.
The ceilings are 9″, the upper cabinets are 42″, the crown molding on the cabinets are 5″, ceiling crown moldings is around 9″.
This desk is located to the right of the table. Opposite the cabinet next to the fridge. Beautiful and practical. I love the idea of using a cork board, like the one above.
I hope you enjoyed seeing this inspiring kitchen.
Thank you for stopping by, my friends!
Have a healthy and peaceful day!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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