A Style and Storage Transformation
This Crofton, MD kitchen design was completely transformed while maintaining the basic U-shaped kitchen layout. The Solstice team opened up the compact kitchen to the adjacent dining room, leaving a half wall to maintain cabinet storage and countertop space. The HomeCrest Dover maple kitchen cabinets in Sand Dollar were extended beyond the basic kitchen footprint to add storage and create a fluid transition between the kitchen and living area. The cabinetry features soft close doors, accented by Hardware Resources Belfast dull nickel hardware. Behind the cabinet doors is ample customized storage including tray dividers and a double trash can pull out. The Via Lattea Group B granite countertop and Compass Tile random linear mosaic backsplash offer stylish contrast to the cabinet finish. An Allora USA sink with a Moen “Arbor” pull out sprayer faucet faces out the kitchen window. The resulting kitchen design transforms this room into a bright, stylish space that links the dining and living areas.