Morgan Farmhouse Kitchen

Design Tips | April 9, 2018

It’s been a long awaited finish but the Morgan’s have finally moved into their farmhouse remodel. After running into problem after problem with combining a 1942 farmhouse with a 1900 sq ft addition, it was worth getting some old charm combined with their new construction. The house is a rambler with a basement and an inviting open floor plan. The kitchen is the star of the home. Carefully planned out for functionality, entertaining, and family gathering. The rustic raw hand hewn beams combined with the clean white walls, vintage looking appliances, and modern plumbing fixtures make the perfect combination for this old/new farmhouse.

We went with a classic single bowl farmhouse sink combined with a widespread faucet with sleek modern details. The Brizo Artesso collection is where we found exactly what we were looking for. For the counter tops we did a white linen quartz on the islands with an heirloom grey on the outside surrounding cabinetry. All of the countertops and marble backsplash was done by Valley View Granite.

To add some extra detail we did some glass front dish drawers in one of the islands. This helps the large island not feel so heavy, lets you still show off some pretty serving ware and gives some added detail and variety to the cabinets. Deco Design was the talent that made all our cabinet dreams come true. There was so much that went into the design and function of the cabinetry we are going to dedicate a whole blog post to those details tomorrow, so stay tuned!

The main appliances: refrigerator, dishwasher and the dreamy oven all came from Duerden’s appliance store. The stove and the fridge are both made by Bertazzoni. They are not only beautiful but totally functional.  Sometimes there is a misconception that pretty appliances don’t have functionality, but this 48″ double oven and gas range stove is any cooks dream. Its just an added bonus that its easy on the eyes!

This photo also shows off the beautiful european oak floors from The Garrison Collection. The color variation and texture on these engineered wood floors is perfection.

Clean and simple was the look we wanted, plenty of space for friends and family to mingle, kids to run, and space to grow! All of the photos were taken by the talented Travis J Photography.

Sources:

*kitchen faucet/sprayer – Brizo

*Cabinetry – Deco Design

*Appliances – Bertazzoni found at Duerden’s Appliance store

*Countertops- Valley View Granite

*Flooring- The Garrison Collection

* Wall Paint Color – Sherwin-Williams Snowbound

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