Scandinavian Kitchen Renovation
We recently completed this beautiful Brookhaven kitchen renovation with modern Scandinavian style. A mix of warm white, white oak wood, zellige tile and marble countertops gave our clients the soothing, minimalist and clean style they were craving. Take a look at this Scandinavian kitchen renovation and see if it suits your style.
Layout and Materials
The kitchen has an easy work triangle layout with an island that houses the sink and the dishwasher. And the island serves as a family hub in the center. The color palette is neutral, and the material palette adds warm natural textures. The floors are white oak and so is the custom ribbed vent hood. Using materials like oak, leather and marble add a pleasing organic feel to the space.
This is the view from the eat-in dining area. A range wall with the custom vent hood in the center provides a nice focal point along the wall. The lights over the island are iconic Bell Lamp Pendants by Lund Rudbeck for Normann Copenhagen. Another Scandinavian touch was using a grid of square tiles on the backsplash. Their subtle mix of white and light gray tones adds some rhythm to the space, making it sing!
Hidden Walk-In Pantry
One of our favorite features in this kitchen is a hidden walk-in pantry. When closed, the secret entrance to the pantry looks like a tall pantry cabinet.
The doors swing open to reveal a beautiful walk-in pantry. In spite of the fact that it’s completely hidden from view, our clients keep this space immaculately organized.
Another hidden element are the countertop appliances. Keeping these items tucked away provides a clutter-free Scandinavian look.
The countertop cabinet doors open to reveal the standing mixer, French press and coffee grinder. Also, note that we recommend installing outlets within an appliance garage.
In addition to the pantry and appliance garage, we installed lots of smart storage throughout the space, including these slats for baking sheets, roasting pans and cutting boards.
A Hardworking Kitchen Island
The island contains the sink and the dishwasher. The layout allows whomever is washing the dishes to enjoy the view out the large expanse of glass doors toward the backyard.
The faucet has as minimalist profile with lovely knurled details. It is the Litze Pull-Down Faucet from Brizo. The countertops are Calacatta Gold marble.
The island also provides additional storage for overflow items. This shot also gives us a look at the beautiful counter stools with woven leather seats. These add more warm wood to the room.
In addition to the island, there’s also a kitchen table off to the side where the family can gather. This dining area is also a beautiful combination of white and wood, and includes modern shell chairs. It’s giving off cozy hygge vibes that invite everyone to turn off their phones and enjoy a meal and conversation.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this tour of our Scandinavian kitchen renovation! Whatever your style, when you’re ready to get some help with your own kitchen plans, schedule a free consultation to let us know more about your project.
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