Designs by BSB was proud to be a part of the team for this project which was the 22nd Annual Kitchen Contest Winner of the Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Magazine.
Using the proportions of the room as a guide, architectural cabinetry with an oversize stile-and-rail were used, making the panels themselves seem smaller in comparison. This allowed the larger cabinets and wider-than-normal drawers to appear visually balanced.
Because the home is located in a condominium, it was not practical to move appliances or shift the locations of walls. Instead integrating Sub-Zero refrigerators within the cabinetry and building an architectural casing around the existing stainless steel hood, all of which serve to downplay the utilitarian look of the room.
The island, made of reclaimed oak and treated with a dark gray glaze, blends beautifully into the existing floor, appearing to rise out of it like a piece of furniture. This design move was important considering the room’s close proximity to the living spaces; subtle details like this allow the kitchen to become a chic backdrop for the adjacent living room and study.
KITCHEN DESIGNER: Becky Sue Becker, CMKBD, CAPS
CUSTOM CABINETRY: Morgan Creek Cabinet Company
PRINCIPAL DESIGNER: Sean McNeish
INTERIOR DESIGN: Beth Webb