Excerpt from Charleston Style & Design Magazine:
Leaving the cool vibe of the Winter Room, we enter the kitchen, designed so the client can easily interact with the new herb garden. Fleuren spared no detail when she completely remodeled this space.
- Kitchen island with brass ferrules & raw-steel medallion insets
- Custom cabinetry, including pantry
- Custom hardware for appliances
- Fireplace wrapped with creamy beige tile, fireballs
Hardware: Belwith-Keeler and The Iron Studio
Granite: Taj Mahal – leathered finish
Appliances: Sub-Zero and Wolf
Chandelier: Vintage – sculpted coral
More kitchen pictures here.
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The kitchen island is set! I love the brass ferrules I added to the feet. The round medallion will have an insert of raw steel. Try to guess the cabinet color…You may be surprised!
Yes, this is granite. And it’s gorgeous. And so durable, it breaks the saws when the fabricators work with it.
Work, work, work! Every little detail has to be worked through and perfected. Every craftsman needs my ear, and every installer encounters challenges that have to be solved. This is why it is critical for me to be on site. Lucky me, I get to work with these guys on other projects, too! They are the best!
More of the beautiful cabinetry I designed for the historic property. This will be a fabulous kitchen pantry for our client. Sigh…☺️
The center bamboo handle is the control. Our metal fabricator is creating custom appliance handles to match the hardware I selected for our 1820’s historic property. When we mix the silver plate on the left, with the powder coated version on the right, I think it will be perfect. So many steps but WORTH IT.
UPDATE: Voila’! And just like that, @ironstudiotn created the custom appliance handles I needed for a very special client. When you want it to be perfect, go to the best! Thanks, Kevin! They look AMAZING.
Our Charleston kitchen remodel has an original fireplace that has been converted to gas. I gave the fireplace a facelift, wrapping it with beautiful tile in the softest creamy beige color. What a difference! Fireballs for the kitchen fireplace really make a simple, but elegant statement.
Back View | Front View | Fireballs
The dining room chandeliers are installed and glowing!
And our visitor really wants to know what’s for dinner!
After photography by Patrick Brickman
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