American Hamptons Painted Kitchen with Island
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3. Invest in custom-built cabinetryOne of the best ways to have a really functional kitchen space is to invest in custom-built cabinetry says Teo.“Ready-made furniture has its place, but custom-built shoe racks, kitchens and wardrobes maximise precious space in smaller homes with odd-shaped spaces,” he explains.
3. Transitional Hamptons-styleDesigner: Country ConceptLocation: BishanHomeowners’ request: A classic Hamptons-style kitchen, with Shaker-style cabinetry in a specific colour palette. The lady of the house was also particular about storage requirements. Style shot: The main goal in this three-bedroom condo’s kitchen was to create a spacious area for cooking and prepping, that will also accommodate a creative workspace. “They demolished a bathroom and replaced it with a statement-making island,” Lane Zhang of Country Concept says. The design team also fulfilled the request of the owners to bring out the beauty of the woodgrain of the Shaker-style cabinetry by spray-painting two specific grey tones. “The wet and dry kitchens were in slightly different shades of grey, but blend together seamlessly,” says Zhang.
Room of Week: KitchenWho lives here: A couple in their 30sLocation: BishanSize of house: 1,163 square feet (108 square metres)The main goal was to create a spacious area for cooking and prepping, as well as to accommodate a creative workspace. “They demolished a bathroom and replaced it with a statement-making island,” Zhang says. The result is an open-concept kitchen that flows from the dry area to the wet area. The owners also wanted two specific grey tones spray-painted on the Shaker-style cabinetry in the dry and wet kitchens. “The areas were in slightly different shades of grey, but blend together seamlessly,” says Zhang. Spray painting the cabinetry also brought out the beauty of the woodgrain, which is another specification that the couple had.