A clean, tailored space but with a warm casual feel; the essence of Transitional.
This custom transitional kitchen in picturesque Wallingford, CT was designed with an industrial touch in details. Designer Mary-Beth Oliver used custom 4/5″ thick doors and frames with several custom hide-away built-ins to maximize the client’s storage space without crowding the walls with upper cabinets. Hidden behind staylift and pocket doors in counter height cabinets are appliances and a custom coffee/beverage station. A breathtaking Igen Blue Quartzite countertop acts as a focal point with bold veining and beautiful shades of blue, grey, gold and white; tying all the elements of this space together. This kitchen is also equipped with many custom pullouts designed to store utensils, spices and oils, cutting boards and more. Walls of white cabinetry are contrasted by a Baby Seal Black island and accented by a beautiful linear calacatta marble mosaic backsplash in mixed finishes. To finish off this space, stained oak details in the back of the hutch, floating shelf at the bar, and band on the hood were included to match the natural wood-looking porcelain floors, custom cut in a herringbone for the foyer.