10.11.2007

a beach house kitchen

the big east hapmton's house is finished, and the site photos are trickling in. i already posted some photos a couple weeks ago, but for now i'd like to highlight the kitchen.
the cabinets are from valcucine {artematica line in teak, stainless steel and glass}; the counters and backsplash are bisazza terrazzo {logos in brown/gold}; the floor in the main kitchen is 18x18 ceramic tiles from floor gres ceramiche {bronzo}; the floor outside the kitchen and throughout the house is custom stained honey maple, 4" wide plank with a grey wash.
the refrigerators are sub-zero, the range is viking, the faucets are from dornbracht.

{end of construction, while the kitchen is being unpacked and prepared for the clients to move in}

{a close-up on the finishes ~ starting at top left: counter top, cabinets, kitchen floor, great room floor}


{looking down the hall between kitchen and sitting room}

4 comments:

Calie Anderson, C.I.D. said...

WOW Anjie! This is way cool! I love the custom stained floors. The photos from the exterior are pretty amazing too. Congrats on finishing such a masterpiece!

studio wellspring said...

thanks so much calie ~ i wish i had better quality photos to share (these make it look much more cold than it really is). when david livingston is finished i know we'll have some excellent photos to share!

Erika of Sweet Pea Blog said...

Hi,
I truly love reading your blog - such a great variety of different interesting ideas and passions! I adore what you have done with the kitchen - very Italian!
I too fell in love with Alex Vervoordt's work when he teamed up with Christie's for a house sale - as there were brochures about him all around the office :) I look forward to reading his new book. And Paula's flowers - I understand why you admire her... I am starting to plan my wedding and was thinking of using white poppies, I will look to see what she suggests. Please keep in touch

studio wellspring said...

oh sweetpea erika thank you, thank you! sometimes i wonder if anyone can follow the mix-match thread i weave in here and if anyone's really enjoying it. so i really appreciate hearing your kind supportiveness!