Braesvalley Kitchen


This beautiful kitchen reflects the best in function and aesthetics, with an eat-in island counter, a desk, a beverage/wine nook, pull-outs, an open concept for family and friend togetherness, and a movement of arches that repeats to unify the whole as one. Note the chimney vent-hood that allows it to float above the range.

How smart these porcelain plank floors look spanning the open-concept kitchen and family rooms. The arch of the vent-hood echoes the arches in the architectural detail of the adjoining rooms.

Check out the brick-look tile back splash that coordinates so beautifully/texturally with the granite counters. This occurs at the desk, the wine corner, and along the prep area of the sink.

Even this corner of the kitchen has its own presence as a well-lit bar and storage area, replete with glass front cabinets for display of those gorgeous goblets and glasses.

Looking under these cabinets reveals a plenitude of power – switches, outlets, lights, strips, all hidden unless you are looking for the source.

How easily accessible are the pantry items when you have an array of pull-out drawers from which to choose?! Function meets form!

This kitchen has it all when it comes to convenience and ease of use when selecting the right pot to use as well.

Keeping spices close at hand and easy to read, this pull-out rack makes excellent use of a small space, in a very big way!