The kitchen's expansive center island offers both seating and counter space for preparing meals. Beams in the ceiling that run from the back of the kitchen through the front of the home add a nice architectural feature for the open floor plan.
The roomy center island with the kitchen’s sleek undermount sink helps define work zones, with four stylish stools that provide seating for casual meals. Three blue three-light pendants above help illuminate this busy space in the home.
The textured artwork hung above the fireplace plays off the floor-to-ceiling tabby finish of the wall. Tabby, a mix of concrete and crushed shells, is frequently used in Lowcountry design and adds a unique, beachy texture to the room.
The kitchen island was designed to include a sink and dishwasher. It helps facilitate movement throughout the room by dividing attention between the island and cooking surfaces while a line of bar stools provides seating for family, friends and guests.