Flying Point

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Flying Point

Designing for a young family with two small boys, this renovation focused on the hub of the home – the kitchen.

For entertaining and for every day.

The original space was designed to reflect an old farmhouse kitchen but lacked both functionality and style. This busy family needed a central place of gathering that could be as much about entertaining as it was about day-to-day needs. A kitchen design must be silently hardworking; this finished space creates an instinctual flow with materials that are beautiful, functional, and durable.

Beauty that’s made to weather and wear.

The focal point of the room, and a beautiful contrast to the surrounding millwork, is a deep teal island with a luminous walnut top. It’s both striking and warm, drawing people to gather. Quartz countertops provide a clean backdrop that’s made to weather and wear. A counter-to-ceiling bay window was added to take advantage of the natural sunlight, and the pantry opened up to expand its functionality, with a sink and coffee station. There’s plenty of beverage storage, custom cabinetry with functional organization, open space, and a place for everything.

Project architect:

David Duncan Morris

General Contractor:

Woodhull Construction

Project Manager:

Peter Floecker

Millwork:

Woodhull Millwork

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