In a home that is made for entertaining, the open layout of this Cape Cod kitchen is welcoming and practical with plenty of room to gather. Exquisite craftsmanship is demonstrated throughout with custom cabinetry from Lewis & Weldon, built-in appliances and high-end fixtures.
In the main kitchen area, the subtle marble veining of PentalQuartz in Statuario moves through the perimeter countertops and island. A unique 2 ½ inch dupont edge over eased edge detail on the countertops adds elegance and visual weight to the countertops. On the island, a hidden pull out buffet table can be pulled out for additional serving space.
Windowed cabinets mimic the white paned exterior windows, blending the kitchen design with the interior architecture of the home. A light indigo subway tile brings color into the otherwise all-white kitchen with a backsplash that extends all the way to the ceiling. The wave texture in the tile is reminiscent of rippling water, a nod to the home’s nautical surroundings. For a similar look, try our Genesi 26 subway tile in Carta Da Zucchero Lucido.
Custom cabinetry continues into the adjacent pantry area with countertops in Serra PentalQuartz providing a slight design variation from the main kitchen while maintaining the bright palette.
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Photos by Dan Cutrona Photography.