Waxhaw Kitchen & Primary Bath Redesign
Updating their early 90s kitchen and primary bathroom was a long time coming for this couple. Tired Tuscan color tones, and inefficient use of space left them wanting something with more natural light, comfort, intentional space planning, and an elevated aesthetic better aligned with their stage of life.
Their extensive wish list included a reimagined floor plan in both spaces, the elimination of a large tub deck in the bathroom, and an awkward L-shaped island in the kitchen, intentional storage solutions with designated areas for specific appliances or tasks, professional-grade cooking appliances, and elegant details throughout with luxurious, classic finishes and contrasting materials for interest.
After a lengthy collaborative process with our design team, their new kitchen and primary bathroom are more functional for their needs and full of unique, one-of-a-kind details. The bathroom now sports a much larger shower with porcelain slab walls to eliminate grout, a larger two-person walk-in closet, a separate make-up vanity for her, and a custom tile floor design. The kitchen traffic pattern has been improved with the help of a large, linear island facing the morning room. Coffered ceilings, crystal chandeliers, a walnut butcher block and weathered brick paired with a contrasting color palette and brass hardware elevate the space to welcome family and friends.