Quad Cities Remodel- The Lower Level Kitchenette of Your Dreams
Posted: March 1, 2018
Perhaps “Kitchenette” isn’t the right term for this feature. It seems so backwards to add “-ette” to a word and somehow make it sound small and adorable… when in fact this is a fully functioning kitchen. If you had a busy Lower Level including a large game room and walkout access to a pool wouldn’t you dream of a kitchen space like this for entertaining?
With home library hidden behind a sliding barn door (more on that in a future post), this kitchen includes a full wall of cabinetry and appliances and a large single-level island. Cabinetry from our DuraSupreme line has been installed in two finishes of the same “Chapel Hill” doorstyle. Take a closer look at the doors and drawers to see that this is an inset cabinet design.
This means that the cabinet doors and drawerfronts have been “inset” into the cabinet faceframe instead of hinged to set in front of the frame. The island is a Cherry wood in the rich, warm Chestnut stain. The kitchen wall of cabinetry is a painted Maple wood in the “Graphite” color.
The cabinets reach all the way to the ceiling with the help of a stacked crown molding application. Glass inserts and open shelves help to keep the back wall feeling open and interesting. A tall oven cabinet is home to a KitchenAid wall oven and microwave. The wall oven includes convection features for a faster preheat and a more consistent interior temperature. An induction cooktop is centered in the island countertop.
The sink wall also includes a bottom freezer refrigerator also from KitchenAid and a farmsink by Kohler. A rich glossy 12″ x 36″ marble tile floor in the “River Marble” color looks stunning at all times of day. Cambria Quartz counters in the Ella design have been installed for a classic touch. Ella offers the look of a marble counter with all of the no-maintenance and durability benefits of a Quartz counter.
The sink base has been pulled forward and furniture style legs have been added for a great finished look. This sink from Kohler is a large, single-well style with an offset drain. A narrow sill piece of Cambria has been installed on the window ledge to offer a durable and stylish shelf area for plants or display. Glossy “Arctic White” 3″ x 6″ Subway Tile has been installed as a backsplash and behind the floating shelf areas of the main kitchen wall.
The back treatment of the island gives a customized wainscot look but also includes an angled panel area that accents the support bracket and wood apron for the countertop overhang. Our unique series of switches and outlets named Adorne adds interest and an updated look to the wall outlets. With a variety of options and many colors to choose from, there is no reason why you wall outlets ad switches can’t be just as stylish as your tile selections!
See the full album of photos from this finished kitchen here on our award-winning Houzz page. Of course keep your eyes right here on the block for more great project features. We look forward to sharing future features on the home library/office (behind this barn door) and a stunning bathroom down the hall.
Are you ready to take your own Lower Level space to the next level? Do you love some of these ideas for your own main kitchen? Give us a call! We cant wait to hear what you are working on and how we can help. Your first step is to reach out to our team so we can walk you through our process. Contact us online here, call us at 309-944-1344 or email us at email@example.com. Or stop by anytime during showroom hours Monday-Fridays 9am-5pm and Saturdays from 9am-noon. We are located at 105 S State in Downtown Geneseo, IL 61254.
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