Different Hues of Blue – the perfect “palette picks” for this kitchen design by Amie Freling www.memehill.com
A recipe of hues and neutrals mixed with metals and shapes create a transitional space that is fun and functional at the same time.
The Houzz Kitchen of the Week is from Coast Design Kitchen & Bath in Mobile Alabama, a timeless traditional kitchen that flows elegantly with the interior design of the entire home.
The cabinetry is from our Estate Collection – Cabinetry Name is Rose Hall Maple Beaded Inset with our Creme Mocha finish.
Personalized design details – from wall cabinet mouldings to legs – top to bottom this kitchen packs punch.
Lit wall stack cabinets create a wonderful warm glow that fills the whole room.
Flutes, legs and an open bookcase create an inviting island for cooks, diners and observers.
A mantel hood can be beautiful and work hard – – – from the moulding detail, arch valance, to the side columns that contain storage area for spices and other cooking necessities – – – in love with it all!
Media Centers and Gathering Spaces are evolving with Technology – no longer do you have to gather around the television in a central location to watch your favorite show……you can access television shows, movies, videos, etc. anywhere in your home depending upon what you have equipped your home with from cable, satellite and wireless internet…… While these advancements are pretty phenomenal this is changing how we interact with our family and even socialize with guests.
When designing these spaces it’s important to take into consideration the old and new for a collective balance of technology for all to enjoy.
A central located television is still a wonderful way to enjoy your favorite shows or movies together on the weekend when you finally have time to sit down and take a break.
Provide adequate seating for the media center but also provide seating & surfaces for other tasks on laptops, tablets, etc. So all can still be in a central location and you are able to still be close to each other.
When Space is precious and every inch counts design spaces that can serve several functions for all in your home.
Entertaining, Working and Storage have all been covered with ease in this space.
Embrace technology and the convenience that it can bring but remember what is truly important and that’s time with family and friends!
Featured in several Hoffman Media Magazines such as: Cooking with Paula Deen, Celebrate, Cottage Journal, Southern Lady and Taste of the South.
Everyone has that one or two tricks that they swear by with certain dishes – tricks that make your recipes the best!
The one secret I believe in is Organization. It’s key to any of your culinary adventures.
Having every tool you need in reach when you need it.
Adequate Storage Space for current and future cooking needs or trends.
With the correct planning even multi-user kitchens can be organized to fit the needs of every cook that uses the space.
Do you know where the baking center is located in the cabinetry below?
Great design works for you when you need it and looks fabulous when you don’t.
Stop by our booth at #KBIS2014 Booth number 1963 to learn more.
Stylish design ideas can create a style all your own and a space you can live in.
Banquette Seating from Wellborn is a great way to utilize space for diners, blend different types of seating in one area, offer storage options below the seating and create a consistent design theme throughout your space.
Wellborn Wainscoting weaves a design theme through a space gently without being too much or too little….. just enough……
So it’s time to create your style and a space you’ll live in and love for years to come!
This beautiful 1930’s Tudor home had charm throughout but the kitchen just wasn’t functional for them. The kitchen had been remodeled in the 50’s and updated in the 80’s and didn’t provide the storage, countertop space or flow they wanted. But with this age and style of home they wanted something that fit the home well and looked like it had always been there. We got to work!
- Kitchen was tight cramped.
- They couldn’t fit a full size fridge in and didn’t have any countertop space around the range.
- Not enough storage.
- Lighting was poor throughout.
- The eat in nook while full of character – was too small for their family of 4 and closed off the space. They still wanted an eating area in the kitchen.
- They loved the leaded glass doors and wanted to find a way to incorporate that into their new kitchen
- Wanted pantry space.
- It was important to keep with the character of the home during the remodel.
- The kitchen houses 3 doorways, all of which felt very tight and cramped especially since it is a major thoroughfare.
- A place for a built-in microwave off of the countertop and for wine.
- Opened up the eat in nook to the rest of the kitchen making both spaces feel larger and bringing more light into the kitchen.
- Modified the depth of the built-in in the hallway to allow for the range wall to recess, effectively expanding the kitchen.
- Expanded the openings into the dining room and the hall and repeated the arches seen in the rest of their home.
- Hanover Cherry Light cabinetry provided a rich warm wood that compliments the style of the home well. Simple Shaker details and crown were used to complement existing woodwork in the home.
- A narrow, furniture island provides a great work space and extra storage while not looking too bulky
- Removed the soffits to bring the cabinetry to the ceiling providing more storage in the space
- Leaded glass door cabinets on either side of the window retain the character of the old kitchen
- Added a shallow pantry with open display area for extra storage that doesn’t look heavy.
- An angled pantry between the kitchen and nook provides extra storage without infringing on the dining space.
- Efficient storage space was important in this kitchen – we added blind corner pullouts, spice racks on the doors, pullouts, a wine rack, garbage pullout and even a compost bin on the back of the sink cabinet door. Tray dividers above the refrigerator organized their trays, platters and casserole dishes.
- Under cabinet lights and recessed can lights throughout illuminate the entire area.
- Messouri Black granite countertops and hand-made subway tile finish off the classic look in their kitchen.
When the project was finished the clients were thrilled with the feel and function of this new kitchen in their old home!
Designer: Crystal Kennedy
Photographer: Shannon Butler
Bee Tree Homes, Jacksonville, Fl
Hanover Hickory Door Style with Medium Finish with Classic Drawer Front and Rose Hall Square Hickory with Slab Drawer Front with Sable Finish.
One of the most challenging tasks when planning a kitchen or bath is deciding your actual style. With all the different media outlets – online, print and television such as (Houzz, Pinterest, Southern Living, Coastal Living, HGTV, DIY, etc.) you can quickly become confused about what you truly want for your home.
In the past a physical scrapbook or project notebook was the way you could share with your designer, builder or contractor your ideas to help them understand your wants and needs – while this practice is still the norm – the majority of people have moved their project notebooks online in some format to be shared digitally to all involved in your project.
So let’s explore some of the tools that you can use to collect, display and share your style!
1. We offer My Scrapbook on our website – The scrapbook allows you to keep product ideas in a central location, and organize your thoughts, and send them on to your Wellborn Cabinet Dealer.
2. The Inspire App is a great way to quickly and simply organize your style and bring in your own elements then share with your Wellborn Dealer or Designer.
3. Pinterest Need I say more! If you have never seen or used Pinterest beware it can be habit-forming….. from food to fitness….. design to diet …… it has everything. It is an excellent tool to help you learn your style and categorize your design needs and wants.
4. Houzz is currently the #1 platform for all things residential; new construction, remodeling and decorating – interior and exterior of the home. A great tool to organize your style & also a great place to find the professionals to make your dreams come to life!
So there’s just a few of the awesome online tools you can use to start your Kitchen & Bath Planning today!
Notebook Image From: Courtney Lane Michaels