The homeowners inherited the farm with a big house and a little house on the property. The clients lived in Philadelphia, but visited the farm where they stayed in the big house. On one trip back, they decided to completely update the little run down house on the property. They planned to use the little building as a guest house, or just a place to have a party. The homeowner likes to cook so the kitchen design was very important for a second place to cook.
The house was gutted, so the design team had to use a lot of vision when planning. Thankfully, the owners really knew what they wanted. The kitchen was not large, but they wanted the space to feel big. The homeowner collects dishes and she wanted a nice place to display the collectibles. She did not want the hutch area to look exactly like the rest of the cabinets.
The clients love the kitchen in their Philadelphia home with cherry cabinets and black accents, so they wanted to duplicate the feeling in the farm house. The owners really opened up the space by using big windows. There is so much light in the space. It is just a little house, but it feels much larger, yet cozy at the same time.
The clients knew enough about cabinetry to know that they wanted a line that was flexible and not a stock line; they wanted something nicer. Showplace Cabinetry fit their needs perfectly! They recognized that Showplace is different than the average cabinet company, and they had fun learning all of the little things that makes Showplace so special.
Completed by The Washington Kitchen Gallery in Ijamsville, MD.