Southampton Kitchen Renovation I Hampton Design
Renovating a kitchen in Southampton village
Southampton kitchen renovation
Located a short walk from the Southampton shoreline, this beautiful home belongs to a couple and their two young children. The property is as expansive as the home, and it was evident at first glance that a renovation to its centrally located kitchen, pantry and mud hall would seamlessly bring together a cohesive design for all of its spaces.
The original kitchen had a Garland stove which took up a little more space than it needed. There was very little storage and instead of an island, simply a small table in the center of the kitchen for family to convene. The goal was to open up the space and create a sense of congruent flow, while at the same time adding an island and thoughtful storage to accommodate a family that truly enjoys time at home.
Southampton, New York
kitchen design, interior design,
The kitchen cabinets are inset shaker style doors with a small bead detail — perimeter cabinets are painted Benjamin Moore white dove and the island cabinets, a custom grey ceruse finish. The counters are made with Statuario Maximus by Caesarstone. The perimeter counters are 1 ¼” and the island features a 2” mitered edge. More features: antique brass hardware from Rejuvenation, Franke farm house sink, Rohl Perrin & Rowe bridge faucet on the main sink and a single hole faucet for the prep sink, Subzero Wolf appliances, two library sconces above the window and a 2x8 Herringbone pattern tile backsplash.