Castle Pines, Colo.
Architect/Designer | Michael Perez Architect
Builder | Lovell Group, Inc.
Interior Designer | Kimberly Timmons Interiors
Photographer | S. Brenner Photography
The main goal was to transform a dark and closed-off dining room into a bright, open-concept kitchen. The overall design aesthetic ties into the transitional farmhouse style throughout the rest of the house. The kitchen featured two-toned cabinets, two-toned quartz countertops, an oversized beveled marble tile backsplash, and a decorative marble tile detail behind the range. These transitional elements were paired with rustic wood beams, a custom black metal hood, and oversized black pendant lights.
Features such as the two-sided exposed corner sink in the island and the custom designed pantry wall with built-in coffee maker enhanced the unique feel of the space. Additionally, eliminating two existing walls and replacing the existing structural columns with a large header across the opening created the open-concept kitchen the client desired.