This compact Congress Park kitchen is infused with bold and happy hues of color. The red lacquer cabinets combined with the apple green and white tile give the space a cheerful punch. The tile’s basket weave pattern supplies contemporary energy, while the Carrara marble conveys the vintage elegance of the home’s 1920’s roots.
A contemporary kitchen renovation offers the owners a culinary haven with improved flow, added workspace and storage. The new island provides more prep space, while an array of new white cabinetry featuring glass inserts provides ample storage without appearing bulky. The striking diamond-patterned hardwood floor stain adds interest while blending easily with the honey wood throughout the home. The backsplash tile playfully mimics the new ceiling coffers that reflect the homes 1925 architecture.
This Denver Hilltop kitchen blends Mediterranean-style with modern overtones to create a family friendly space. Mixing old-world style with clean, contemporary lines results in the perfect compromise between old and new.
An admiration for Japanese architecture and design provided inspiration for this Denver Congress Park kitchen. The material choices of woods, tile patterns and cabinet design details all speak to this client’s love of Japanese design. The custom shoji panels open onto a beautifully landscaped Japanese garden.
This space-saving kitchen banquette mixes bold seat cushions and pillows with an antique table. A whimsical chandelier over the table features gems, stones and personal mementos collected by the owners and both electric light and votive candles.