When designing this remodel, Bristol Design & Construction focused on the homeowners’ request for a space fit for entertaining. As avid cooks, they wanted a dining room that could regularly fit 10 people. The kitchen was zoned for specific functions; one area for prep, another for cooking, and a third for clean-up. Interior walls were removed to open the space up and a see-through fireplace clad in Oyster slate provides just enough separation between the kitchen and dining areas.
Warm toned wood flooring and cabinetry creates an inviting ambiance, while an oversized island provides the centerpiece of the kitchen. PentalQuartz countertops in Belgium Blue Satin provide a darker color to balance out the lighter hued wood and walls. Above the gas range in the island, a hood is supported by steel straps. Steel rods in the support provide dual functionality, allowing natural light from skylights to reach the counters, and also creating areas to hang utensils and oversized pots. For an organic focal point, an actual log is used as a bar with seating along the island.
Truly a gorgeous creation!