This small kosher kitchen in Southern CT created a challenge in functional use and storage. Lack of wall cabinetry was solved by dish cabinets set below the 45″ high counters. Classic columns and soffit frame the island concealing a work area and desk, and providing lighting. An antique pine desk was incorporated in the island with a TV facing family room – kitchen is part of one large living space. There’s an elegent contrast of white cabinetry and Vermont Verde marble. Custom stainless hood is centered in view through columns.
ALEX ESPOSITO , AIA, ARCHITECT
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6680 CR 315C, Keystone Heights, FL 32656 • 203-536-4021
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