The kitchen of this charming Jamestown, Rhode Island, cottage was once dim and closed off, with a narrow window. Post-renovation, it's light, bright and open, with integrated appliances, a petite island and crisp white cabinetry that extends to the ceiling for maximum storage. Hardwood flooring adds to the charm.
Industrial-style pendant lights hang over the island in this neutral transitional kitchen. The marble-topped custom cabinetry houses a 1,058-pound five-oven AGA range and a custom farmhouse soapstone double sink.
Joining the dining room and kitchen instead of keeping them separate spaces with a wall in between lets light flood into both areas. Also, the overall mood becomes more friendly and approachable with easy communion between chef and diners.
Designer Linda McDougald turned a culinary student's dream kitchen into a reality with a brilliant kitchen design that has all the trimmings to make cooking, cleaning and entertaining a breeze. A vaulted ceiling allows for a tall cabinet and range hood in this impressive transitional kitchen. Gray brick adds an accent strip to the wall under the range hood. The large island features two sinks on the gray countertop. A neutral bar extends from the island providing eating room. Industrial pipe stools with wood tops add a distinctive detail.