- Vintage style and white(Christopher Peacock inspired)
- Inset doors on the cabinets
- Ceiling is covered in tongue and groove paneling painted semi gloss
- Light fixtures don't all match, but they go together and there are several of them for plenty of light (I can't cook in the dark)
- Upper cabinets have glass door fronts that make the space feel bigger. I think I like this better than open shelves (less dust).
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- Three windows over the sink come almost to the countertop
- Natural Roman shades (bamboo?) break up the all white-ness.
- Bridge faucet
- Undermount white porcelain apron sink (A word here--my deep undermount sink gives me a back ache when I wash pots and pans, the bending over and reaching down is not good but I love the look)
- Contrasting countertops
- Marble on the island (this is bianco Venatino)
- Urn and wire basket
- Contrasting hardware finish
- Clasps on upper cabinets--vintage look all the way
- Brackets under the cabinets
- Beaded board back splash
- Wide board floors in a dark stain
- Wine cooler
- There's a Wolf range not pictured
I think one thing I love about this kitchen style is it's timelessness. Scullery kitchens like this have been around a very long time. We see butler's pantries in this style all the time in vintage bungalows.
What do you think?