Neutral Transitional Chef Kitchen With Two Islands
The homeowner is a professional chef and wanted a clear space to cook as well as one to entertain. The solution: two islands, one for working, one for hanging out. The refrigerator and freezer doors are tucked behind dark cabinetry, an interesting contrast to the white cabinets.
A built-in wine refrigerator turns this butler's pantry into a convenient storage and serving area. The kitchen of this 1920s home got a glam update that preserves its historic feel. Furniture-style feet on the cabinetry are among the period touches that bring character to the space.
A stainless steel, pro-style convection oven is one of the top-notch appliances in this kitchen made for preparing chef-inspired meals at home. Three drawers below and a cabinet above the oven offer easy-access storage for cookie sheets and baking pans.
How's this for a dream kitchen? A 48-inch Décor six burner range, numerous built-in ovens and appliances, a huge granite-topped island, plus easy access to a 700-square foot terrace with a fireplace and built-in Viking BBQ. Calling all chefs!
On the larger of this kitchen's two islands, white quartz countertops by Hanstone (from the Bianco Canvas color scheme) make a frame for a Palomino Quartzite interior. The stone's swirls add a sense of movement to the room.
The home is located in Newport Beach, California, so it was also important for it to have a coastal, classic feel. Touches like the beautiful white Bertazzoni range do this with the added benefit of delighting any resident chefs!