Kitchen 24: by Starlite Kitchens

Project Description:

Working with Lown Homes LLC, keeping a bright and open kitchen was a top priority when designing this new kitchen. This transitional home features many unique elements. Placing the hood between 2 windows makes it a subdued focal point. The stacked cabinetry offers a grand look but also provides lots of extra storage. The Pacifica door style gives a contemporary twist to a classic looking white kitchen. To achieve a furniture look, the island was done in a stone finish with a black glaze and features a wainscot panel. By combining the wooden barstool with the stunning brushed brass pendants the kitchen feels elegant yet inviting.

Designed by:
Paula Allison

Designer Bio:

Paula Allison has had an interest in design since she was a child. She loved to draw house plans and would attend the Parade of Homes with her parents. It was a natural progression to nurture her design interest in college, where she graduated from WMU with a degree in interior design. Paula wears three hats at Starlite; as Starlite’s showroom manager, as a builder salesperson, and as a design specialist.

Project Description:

Working with Lown Homes LLC, keeping a bright and open kitchen was a top priority when designing this new kitchen. This transitional home features many unique elements. Placing the hood between 2 windows makes it a subdued focal point. The stacked cabinetry offers a grand look but also provides lots of extra storage. The Pacifica door style gives a contemporary twist to a classic looking white kitchen. To achieve a furniture look, the island was done in a stone finish with a black glaze and features a wainscot panel. By combining the wooden barstool with the stunning brushed brass pendants the kitchen feels elegant yet inviting.

Designed by:
Paula Allison

Designer Bio:

Paula Allison has had an interest in design since she was a child. She loved to draw house plans and would attend the Parade of Homes with her parents. It was a natural progression to nurture her design interest in college, where she graduated from WMU with a degree in interior design. Paula wears three hats at Starlite; as Starlite’s showroom manager, as a builder salesperson, and as a design specialist.

 

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