Kitchen 14: by John's Lumber

The featured project was created for a couple who reside in Grosse Pointe Farms. Their original vision included a need for a Transitional style as well as a showplace for their contemporary art collection.

The kitchen foundation is built from Omega cabinets in Cherrywood with a mandarin finish. The cabinet doors are Bancroft, with a recessed center panel. The rich wood undertones are highlighted by the black Cambria quartz countertops. Freeform cabinet hardware in a brushed nickel finish brightens the overall appearance of the space through its contrast.

The functionality of the kitchen is achieved through KitchenAid appliances with a stainless steel finish. Highlights of the kitchen incorporate an entertainment area that includes a peninsula with a wainscot back and additional upholstered seating. Custom Mullion glass cabinet doors with interior lighting provide an excellent reflective display for barware.

Special stylized touches in the kitchen are comprised of double-stacked crown molding to the ceiling, and a glass tile backsplash embellishes the room with multiple shades of neutrals and teal, with metallic accents.

The butler’s pantry and bar area use a mirrored backsplash to capture the natural lighting provided by the room’s oversized windows and door wall.

 

  

Designed by:
Jerry Trombley

Jerry Trombley has worked in the kitchen and bath industry as a designer for the past 30 years. He was hired by John's Lumber in 1997 as the lead designer at the Clinton Township location. Trombley designs for residential and multiple housing projects as well as commercial properties.

Project Description:

The featured project was created for a couple who reside in Grosse Pointe Farms. Their original vision included a need for a Transitional style as well as a showplace for their contemporary art collection.

The kitchen foundation is built from Omega cabinets in Cherrywood with a mandarin finish. The cabinet doors are Bancroft, with a recessed center panel. The rich wood undertones are highlighted by the black Cambria quartz countertops. Freeform cabinet hardware in a brushed nickel finish brightens the overall appearance of the space through its contrast.

The functionality of the kitchen is achieved through KitchenAid appliances with a stainless steel finish. Highlights of the kitchen incorporate an entertainment area that includes a peninsula with a wainscot back and additional upholstered seating. Custom Mullion glass cabinet doors with interior lighting provide an excellent reflective display for barware.

Special stylized touches in the kitchen are comprised of double-stacked crown molding to the ceiling, and a glass tile backsplash embellishes the room with multiple shades of neutrals and teal, with metallic accents.

The butler's pantry and bar area use a mirrored backsplash to capture the natural lighting provided by the room's oversized windows and door wall.


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Designer Bio:

Jerry Trombley has worked in the kitchen and bath industry as a designer for the past 30 years. He was hired by John's Lumber in 1997 as the lead designer at the Clinton Township location. Trombley designs for residential and multiple housing projects as well as commercial properties.

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