This 1990s Sandy Springs Kitchen was ripe for an update. The Kitchen layout was always a bottleneck while entertaining, which these homeowners did quite often. The overarching goal was to create a new Kitchen that was current, yet timeless and elegant. It also had to function for two cooks and lots of guests.
The secret to the success of this space was the conversion of the peninsula into an island, creating a flow from one space to another. A dedicated wet bar and separate Butler’s Pantry gave the large space purpose. The blue and white cabinets, together with the antique brass finishes created a space that is very on trend, yet classic and timeless. It’s become the perfect space for entertaining and where everyone wants to hang out!