This transitional kitchen designed by Jason Henderson of ShoreHaven Kitchens has the clean lines of contemporary styles, blended with accents of the traditional, such as raised panels and natural wood. The classic features of the island offset some of the more modern details of the surrounding cabinetry and helps land this kitchen in the transitional style.
A large, open concept floor plan features both a baking and prep island as well as a wood-topped eating island that takes the place of the traditional kitchen table. Built-in appliances, plenty of pantry space and a stand alone bar opposite the kitchen area make this kitchen well equipped to store everything out of sight and keep prep work for entertaining to a minimum.
With no shortage of natural light from the window wall above the sink and cooktop, and the addition of recessed ceiling lights, the homeowners opted to forgo any hanging light fixtures to keep the space open and airy. Soft grays and warm wood tones balance perfectly and keep the kitchen feeling comfortable and inviting.
Photos by PJN Photography