The design concept was to translate a very sleek and contemporary style into a softened modernism appropriate to the beach area, as well as the architecture of the home. The concept included a masculine, monotone palette and sleek lines blended with smooth contours and organic materials.
The clients wanted to create a unique and memorable space that reflected the young couples’ personal style with plenty of room for entertaining. The original triangular kitchen island was awkward and created a lot of wasted space. The new island was specifically designed to better fit the new kitchen footprint, creating more space for entertaining while also incorporating the existing structural column. This project was featured in the "Kitchens that Cook" feature in the April 2017 issue of Wrightsville Beach Magazine; find the article on our press page.