Soft industrial


Faced with the daunting task of renovating a rare untouched Federation property, the owners needed a contemporary kitchen that would remain in keeping with the rest of the house

“A large extension at the rear of the existing house has been added to make space for a new kitchen, dining and family room as well as a butler’s pantry and laundry. The result is a wonderfully contemporary design that remains commensurate with the style and era of the Edwardian home. The predominantly white walls have been balanced with dark monument shelves down one end, and brick up the other end. The room has an authentic and harmonious ambiance, with exposed windows positioned high up as well as great big pieces of kitchen cabinetry. Sliding glass anchors the dining room and links it to the kitchen. Although the design is not over-the-top industrial, it still has an edgy and unique atmosphere.”
Designer: Reuben Hurst for Rosemount Kitchens

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Originally in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, Volume 23, Issue 4     

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