Plenty of seating at the island makes it easy to cook and entertain. The mantle style hood provides additional storage and creates visual interest along a long run of cabinetry. (Photo by Gregg Willett Photography)
The second sink in this kitchen is located near the ice maker and functions as both a bar sink and a prep sink (located across from the refrigerator and cook top). the outdoor living space is connected visually to the kitchen and makes the space seem even larger. (Photo by Gregg Willett Photography)
We wanted to connect the kitchen area with the outside living area that was existing. By removing walls and using a large sliding glass door, the space looks more open and connected to the environment. (Photo by Gregg Willett Photography)
A detailed look the custom granite - aptly named Cosmos. The look of granite changes depending on the angle one looks at it. When viewed from above, it looks very busy, but when at a normal angle, it's more sedate. This is a unique material that adds visual interest to the kitchen.
This kitchen was designed with work zones instead of the traditional work triangle. This zone allows for beverage service and the shared counter top can be used to load the refrigerator or for unloading hot casseroles from the oven.