This blue, transitional kitchen features a peninsula area with seating on one side and an induction cooktop on the other, allowing for the homeowner to interact with guests while cooking. A gray granite countertop and mosaic backsplash provide a gorgeous contrast to the white cabinetry.
Next to the state-of-the-art induction stove, a modern prep sink makes washing vegetables and boiling water a snap. The countertops were chosen to be quartz, a durable, yet beautiful material, which highlights the solid, slipmatched marble backsplash that runs from countertop to ceiling behind the stove.
Induction cooking, which heats via electromagnetic field instead of through radiant heat, is all the rage because it’s speedy and allows you masterful control over simmering. And now smartphone-inspired touch-and-swipe controls make the connection between you and your cooktop element even more intuitive — just drag your finger around the arc to adjust the heat for each zone as you cook. Shown is a GE Monogram® induction cooktop.
The cooking center is at the heart of the kitchen with an induction cooktop and pop-out hood-vent above. Recessed lighting was added throughout the space and task areas were enhanced with under cabinet lights.
The inviting walk-in shower includes adjustable temperature settings, showerheads with air-induction technology, a soothing rain head, adjustable hand shower, body sprays, DTV with digital interface and more for a personalized showering experience.
The professional, chef kitchen pairs sleek beech cabinets with a coffee-toned stain with contemporary white countertops. The kitchen offers the entire line of Miele appliances, including a built-in espresso maker, steam oven and an induction cooktop.