Kitchen or Dining Space
I am so pleased with how this space was transformed. Besides starting this project in the middle of a pandemic, our main challenge was that the original kitchen and separate seating area had different ceiling heights in addition to plumbing and ductwork running through the original bulkhead and wall that was scheduled to be removed.
We were able to match the ceilings and streamline the plumbing and ductwork to make the area as open as possible.
Sarah and Matt Opted for Modern Classics in Their Choice of Finishes
Countertops: Silestone's Calcutta Gold also from New Choice Kitchen and Bath. Bright and beautiful quartz with muted neutral veining was the perfect choice for the Mysliwiec's countertops.
Lighting: Always a major focal point in a kitchen, Sarah and Matt opted for large white dome pendants from Crate and Barrel for an impactful but not overwhelming look. The black gooseneck sconces from Rejuvenation located over the new windows were chosen to break up the white backsplash tile.
Stools: A great choice of a modern classic. These caramel-colored leather stools from West Elm make a statement while tying in some warmth to the room.
Doors: Both the glass pantry doors and exterior French doors were sourced and purchased by the Myscliwiecs at Salvaged Pittsburgh. A great local architectural salvage company.
Paint: What was the main goal? To surround this beautiful new kitchen in the perfect balanced white. Goal Achieved! We used Farrow and Ball Strong White for the walls and Sherman Williams Pure White for the trim.
- MKM Property Development- Design, General Contractor
- Mark Quinn- Painter
- New Choice- Cabinets and Countertops
- Harton Hall -Island