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Black & White Kitchen Design in South Charlotte

When we first met with this couple, they couldn’t wait to get started on their black and white kitchen design. The original thermofoil cabinets had faded so badly from UV exposure that they were two completely different colors, the lighting was atrocious, the appliances were dented, and the green laminate countertops were screaming to be torn out. They’d been wanting to redo this kitchen since they moved in fourteen years prior. It was time.
Spaces Included:
Piper Glenn, Charlotte
Project Scope:
Custom Redesign

To make the space easier to entertain their family and friends, they knew they wanted to remove the wall separating the family room from the kitchen. Also, on the must-have list—a custom range hood that would be the first thing you saw when you came around the corner from the family room—a true focal point for the whole space. We started with the hood since it was such an important design feature. After finding several inspiration photos online, we designed a custom hood that included a cast stone mantel and brackets paired with hand-applied plaster in a metallic finish.

Eliminating the kitchen window was the only way to create the space needed for such a large hood, so we chose the classic palette of black and white to help the kitchen feel bright. The polished marble backsplash tile and perimeter countertop reflect the light from the under cabinet LEDs. To offer a touch of dramatic contrast to the all-white kitchen, we selected a soapstone slab for the island countertop. 

The whole kitchen design was anchored around the custom hood. Due to the intricate nature of the design and the combination of materials, it took five different trades to bring our clients' dream hood to life.
Full height doors on each end of the island provide adjustable storage for small appliances and bulky items, while narrow spice pull-outs and drawers keep pots and pans close to the cooktop.

“I am absolutely thrilled with my new kitchen! I had a great experience throughout my project, and will definitely use ReVision Design/Remodeling for my next renovation. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for the highest quality workmanship, professionalism, and communication.”

Gina Davis, Charlotte, NC

Kitchen Design Details

While we would typically opt for continuous flooring in an open concept kitchen, they wanted something heavy-duty to withstand heavy pet traffic and planned to completely replace the wood floors during phase two. To minimize the break in the flooring material, they chose a heavy-duty chocolate brown porcelain floor tile. The dark color helps to anchor the space.

Crystal orb pendants over the island give this black and white kitchen design a dressier, feminine flair. The white-painted, raised panel cabinetry paired with the fluted turned legs on the back of the island, keep the overall design rooted in traditional style, yet the clean lines of the breakfast room furniture and drum pendant keep the space fresh. 

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