The dark hardwood flooring provides this bright and open kitchen with a strong foundation. The tall white cabinetry wall compliments the stainless steel appliances and highlights the amazing city views.
This dated ranch kitchen was closed off from the rest of the house, so an opening is cut into the wall over the stove to allow for a view into the family room. A narrow plate rail is installed above the hood to display plates.
This space was designed with quilting in mind. The family that owns this house teaches a quilting class, so the countertop of the kitchen island had to be both elegant and durable. It was constructed from Bubinga wood, which can stand up to any beginning quilter. The oversized kitchen island provides seating for students to sit and work, while still maintaining a view of their teachers, peers and the beautiful Puget Sound, which provides serenity and inspiration for the family and the quilters.
The fabulous cook’s kitchen is filled with natural light from the large windows and skylights. Double islands provide plenty of prep and work space, as well as a great spot for dining. Custom Italian cabinets allow for much-needed storage while creating a one-of-a-kind look.
A long, sweeping row of base cabinetry maximizes space without compromising the beautiful view. The large windows allow for breathtaking views. The warm tones in this kitchen make it an inviting space to cook and dine.
The layout of this stunning space capitalizes on the home's view of the neighboring golf course. A larger space with the kitchen sink facing arched bay windows makes the most of the gorgeous view outside. Suspended track lighting illuminates the kitchen, along with pendants above the island, where recessed lights would not have been appropriate for the high ceilings.