Wedgewood Bath and Kitchen
In this well-lit and spacious bath you will find good attention to detail, from a properly sloping bench in the shower to a shower door handle that doubles as a towel holder. Its warm elegance is enhanced by the tile mosaic stripe that accents both the shower and tub areas. The frameless glass shower enclosure conforms exactly to the profile of the shower pony wall and bench, maintaining the clean lines of simple elegance. New lighting and a vent on a timer are welcome details to this bath’s functionality.
This photo features “his sink,” at a height greater than hers that includes a vanity (see other picture). The framed mirror coordinates well with the raised panel cabinets and matching overhead light fixture.
Her sink is featured to the left in this photo, a shorter height than his, and she has an abundance of light, counter space, and mirrors for pampering herself in this spacious part of the bathroom. The levered handles of oil rubbed bronze are operable with hands full.
This single pony wall boasts four niches for shampoo and sundries! The door handle doubles as a towel holder. The same bench granite is found on the counter tops, and the shower floor tiles complement the subtle mosaic stripe traversing the wet areas.
This kitchen possesses a generous expanse of granite counter space in addition to gorgeous deep cherry cabinets that run all the way up to 9′ ceilings. The colors of the mosaic pattern in the backsplash coordinate beautifully with the cabinets. See other camera angles for a virtual tour of this welcoming , if small, richly detailed kitchen.
As we rotate around the kitchen, you come into view of the stainless steel appliances, separated by a pull-out pantry in the cabinetry.
As we round the corner, the wet area appears and we can see how open the flow is between adjoining rooms for sharing good conversation and good food. There we also find a continuation of the mosaic tile pattern found on the opposite side of this kitchen.
In very compact form, situated in this area you will find important ingredients of the work triangle: sink and cooktop; also the dishwasher and microwave. See the following photos for important design details like pull-outs that make this kitchen such a practical work area.
One design detail of this kitchen is this handy tilt-out tray to hold brushes, sponges, gloves, etc. and keep them out of sight without having to stoop over and search underneath the sink.
A delightful find, and very clever use of space, is this drawer for cooking implements that is possible when the appropriate type of cooktop is selected. You can’t make it any handier than this!
Check out the convenience of pulling your pots and pans out on these trays under the cooktop – everything at your fingertips! And everything needed to stir, whisk or flip your favorite foods are located directly above in the drawer.
This clever hide-away can store a multitude of cooking accoutrement, whether edible or functional! What cook wouldn’t want this additional storage in the kitchen? Note that the cabinets go all the way to the 9′ ceiling and the carpentry detailing in the top corner.
Tucked up underneath these cabinets are: a great source of task lighting (LED), switches to decor lighting, and a power strip. They are intentionally in the color black to fade away from view while providing all the illumination necessary for your culinary projects and products.
This run of cabinets ends with a beautiful set of small angled shelves for displaying favorite photos or art objects. Notice the attention to detail in the cabinetry at the top corner where it terminates.
The view from the dining room is of a spacious albeit small kitchen.