Tapestry - Kitchen

This stunning kitchen was completely transformed from its 1980s spec house origins. The homeowner came to visit our showroom and fell in love with the sliding backspace on display, deciding to create her new kitchen around the concept. The doors reveal storage for cooking spices and oils on hand-hewed, white-washed oak shelving and can be left open or closed at the owner’s discretion. The La Cornue Chateau 150 in Tapestry Blue with unlacquered brass trim is the crowning jewel of the kitchen, framed by a custom stainless steel hood with rivet detailing. A creamy marble was selected for the backsplash, and a 2″ mitered countertop for the ample island, painted in Farrow & Ball Inchyra-blue, that comfortably seats four. The perimeter cabinets are recessed panel doors with stepped framing bead, finished in decorator white and accented by burnished brass hardware

The wall opposite the range hosts a display unit with the same hand-hewed, white-washed oak shelving as the sliding backsplash, and a non-functioning fireplace was covered in horizontal shiplap to now house a shallow pantry with design elements in the top panels.

The dining side of the kitchen is anchored by the breakfast bar, which is fully independent of the kitchen appliances with its own sink, beverage drawers, dedicated trash, and storage, with the same marble and paint color as the island to integrate and unify the space.

Paul Johnson Photography
Stylist – Anna Molvik
New Canaan, CT

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Tapestry – Bar
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