This kitchen is a part of a new construction of a home on a horse farm. The homeowner is a horse enthusiast and wanted the new home to look and feel like a modern farm house. Much of the wood features are meant to recall the look of a barn, even the wood used on the staircase is reclaimed wood used from the original barn that was on the property.
The kitchen uses Scavolini cabinetry and is the focal point of life at the farm house. They are a grey oak veneer with a super glossy lacquer clear coat, slab door with a channel instead of handles for a modern look. A long island stretches the expanse of the room providing plentiful seating and counter space for hosting. An appliance garage hides the coffee maker and other mini appliances that usually living on the counter top. A stainless steel refrigerator balances on the other side.
The kitchen is situated in the great room with the living area featuring a gas fireplace and dining table (not shown). Along the side wall, two matching pantry units are separated by a large picture window and have a perfect area for desk and single chair for light office work.
Photo by Martin Vecchio.