White Shaker Cabinets with Gray Island
Kitchen Design Elements
When we began designing this kitchen we had a relatively clean slate, because it was for a new custom home. Although we did have to stay within the architects predefined floorplan, we still had a lot of flexibility.
Two Tone Cabinets & Counters
Selecting the door style for this kitchen was simple. The overall feel of the home was a transitional craftsman and we wanted include as many Tacoma design elements as possible, so we went with a standard white shaker cabinet for door style.
Complimenting the two tone custom cabinets, are the two toned maintenence free quartz countertops. On the white kitchen cabinets, we used Pental Uliano, which is a gray countertop with a subtle white marbling and on the gray island cabinets we used Pental Misterio, which is a white countertop with subtle gray veining.
Because both quartz countertop colors came from our square foot collection we really maximized the value of the clients budget. Staying true to the craftsman theme we used a standard flat polished edge on all the countertops to exacerbate the clean and straight lines of the shaker cabinets.
Apron Front Sink
No Pacific Northwest crafstman kitchen is complete without a cast iron apron front sink. Although there are many attractive fireclay and stainless steel