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Caruso Kitchens | Denver Townhouse

Denver Townhouse

Design By: Montage Design Studio (Steffen Andrews + Christine Stegehuis)
Cabinets: Caruso Kitchens (Kim Foutz)
General Contractor: R Squared Design Build (Tom Restivo)
Countertops: YK Stone Center
Tile: Porcelanosa
Seating: Officescapes
Countertops: YK Stone Center
Tile: Porcelanosa
Seating: Officescapes

Project Details

Photo Descriptions
(1) Our clients love to cook and entertain but the kitchen in their 90’s era Denver townhouse was very dated.
(2) While it was a fairly large space, the layout was cramped and awkward.
(3) The adjacent sitting area was an after-thought and a mishmash of design styles.
(4) And the powder room needed some sprucing up, as well.
(5) We have been gradually moving the entire space to a more modern design vernacular.
(6) The cherry accents nod to wood flooring in other parts of the house.
(7) The kitchen’s central island became the hub for food prep, cooking and hanging out. We dropped a soffit over the island to better define the space.
(8) The amazing granite countertop inspired all of our other material selections. Check out the cool electrical pop-ups. They allowed us to be code compliant and not mar the island’s cherry bases with electrical outlets.
(9) These amazing pendants reference the countertop material and have a hip 60’s vibe.
(10) The island is nearly 9’ long. It took a heroic effort to get it into the space in one piece.
(11) We modernized the fireplace, using the same textured tile as the kitchen backsplash with a custom cabinet above the wet bar.
(12) The “Bob” chairs are, at once, sleek and comfy. We used a left-over piece of granite to fabricate a small table.
(13) We used David Hicks iconic “Hexagon” wallpaper in the powder room.
(14) Everything was going well in the photoshoot until some random guy wandered in off the street.


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