Space, form, line, texture, pattern, color, layering and balance – these are the ingredients of good design. It’s also about stories. Every space has to work and tell the story of the people who live there.
Interior designer Brandy Reisinger of Design 360 at Decorating Den Interiors in Waverly worked with these homeowners to create a beautiful, functional kitchen and family that felt like them, where family and friends would look around and say “it’s so you!”
After downsizing into a home on a wooded lot they loved four years ago, they decided they didn’t love the kitchen quite so much. “We wanted to modernize and update the kitchen. We liked the footprint, but we want to give it a statement. We needed the kitchen to function better, and we needed more storage,” the owners said.
“It’s a ‘wow!’ kitchen,” said Reisinger.
“We put our faith in Brandy, and she gave us a beautiful kitchen. Two or even four people can work in the kitchen at one time. There’s room to store things,” the owners said.
Crisp white cabinetry is the backdrop for the stand-out kitchen, accented by a fresh geometric tile backsplash from Atlas Concorde. Interiors feature a variety of pullouts based on how the workspace is zoned. Taking cabinets to the ceiling helped with the scale and crown molding is the finishing touch. Hanstone quartz tops counters.