Sublime Ambiance

Now with 3 AyA Kitchens under their belts, this creative couple loves the challenge of a new space and trying new things. They called on AyA Kitchens Designer and friend Amy Dillon to revive their 1890s converted church into a space they can call home.

Best Transitional Kitchen at the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) 2015 Design Awards.

This lovely, rich, dramatic space gives the client the perfect blend of old and new, truly showing off their personal design style and blending it into the church space.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The goal was to open up the space and make it right. By reducing upper cabinets and opting for open shelving, the space appears larger and highlights the exposed brick wall, A new niche was created to house the appliances by moving the entryway to the kitchen – this allowed for tall and deep appliances to be tucked away providing a long run of much needed countertop space.

The inspiration for the appliance wall is to have the Chelsea High Gloss Grey cabinetry blend in seamlessly with stainless-steel appliances keeping this wall clean subtle, and interesting contrast to the more traditional cherry and painted cabinetry in the space. To further highlight the exposed brick wall and cooktop area we designed a custom hood with a mix of our Oyster painted finished and a mirror finished with a stainless steel backsplash for a pop of interest.

 

 

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