An eat-in kitchen that’s open to the breakfast and great rooms is a well-loved concept. This kitchen, designed by Juliet Braly through Norcia Fine Cabinetry, blends seamlessly with the living space thanks in part to its warm color palette, mixed finishes, and furniture styling, including mullion doors with decorative glass, open book storage, and heavy moldings. Woods and metals, glass and fresh flora, and stone and leather all come together to create a unique, warm, and comfortable space that begs to be used for entertaining, a simple family dinner, or even an intimate happy hour. Tall ceilings allow for taller cabinets, and pro-grade appliances by Thermador make food preservation and cooking an art and a science.
Cabinets: Norcia Fine Cabinetry
Design and layout: Juliet Braly, NCIDQ Certified, member NKBA, Juliet Braly Interior Design
Contractor: Dexter W. White Construction
Appliances, plumbing and lighting fixtures: Ferguson