This kitchen and bath renovation project is located in Old Greenwich, Connecticut and was designed by our Cesar senior kitchen designer Gregory Hitchcock. Our kitchen client was looking for a new kitchen as well as vanities in the exact same cabinet finish, to create a ‘one style design’ throughout his home. The client wanted the kitchen to be part of his open space concept, which allows the chef a view of the living room and outside gardens while preparing a meal.
Since strong contrasts are very fashionable these days, the main cabinet finish chosen was heat-treated oak, which is a special type of oak wood that is treated with heat to make it look darker and become more durable. This cabinet finish is a very innovative material recently used in modern kitchens and works very well in combination with the wall cabinets in acid etched glass on aluminum frame.
The kitchen island in heat-treated oak and a Geo Luxe waterfall countertop was designed in a way to allow for both, storage space and seating opportunity for up to six people. This is a very useful kitchen design that considers social aspects, since guests, family and friends can communicate with the chef at any time. The appliances chosen for this kitchen project are Gaggenau, which we recommend to use for any high end kitchen.
Photographer © Costas Picadas