Galley-Style Kitchen

Suzanne Furst redesigns a galley-style kitchen to fit with the rest of the home.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe kitchen has a rustic feel to it and is doubled in size.
After meeting with all the designers, Deidre and Kathrin choose Suzanne Furst for the project. Now the wood floors are warm, inviting and easy to clean. Bronze hardware keeps with the theme of an older, country feeling. The old cabinets went clear to the ceiling, but the new ones are lower and make use of the upper areas for antique copper pots. The vintage hood gives a nice country feeling, and the spice cabinet, located right by the stove, makes it very convenient for cooking. A new pantry provides additional storage. The kitchen walls are a soft yellow, while the dining room is a deeper mustard color, giving a more formal feel. There's nothing shabby about this new shabby chic kitchen. Furst managed to nearly double the size of the room, flood it with light and infuse it with a rustic feel.

paint: Dover White (SW6385), Blonde (SW6128), Peace Yellow (SW2857) - Sherwin Williams
cabinets - Sanchez and Sons Cabinets, Inc.
unfinished red oak select flooring (RO2S) - Lumber Liquidators
doors, windows - Foothill Door & Window Center
tiles - RJ Tile
farmhouse sink (Dickinson K6546-4U in Biscuit) - Kohler
chairs and slipcovers (SS8G9-SC / SS8G9-MC) - Kravet Fabrics
limestone, tumbled marble, mosaic tile liners - San Fernando Marble & Granite, Inc.
grapevine motif and waterlily painting - Valerie Freeman
stainless steel wall-mount hood (LC17846) - Vent-a-Hood