Exposed Brick Kitchen Design

The Townes of North River, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

This moderately priced kitchen was built to evoke the carriage house style of New Orleans or the loft spaces found in Chicago. This chefs kitchen was intended for entertaining family and friends. Open shelving was constructed to hold the client's extensive cookbook collection, and a cabinet with pocket doors was built to store frequently used small appliances.

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A Carriage House Feel

The kitchen island is a stained maple with an old world finish. The small transom windows are placed high on the wall to each side of the range. The windows allow natural light into the kitchen while maintaining privacy in this planned community. The range hood corbels add to the carriage house feel.

Traditional Subway Tile and Range Hood Corbels

The kitchen cabinetry is by Integrity. It is a semi-custom design with a Shaker style door and full overlay cabinet construction. The paint color is Benjamin Moore Graphite 1603.

Dual Fuel Convection Range

The appliances are from the GE Cafe line. The convection range is dual fuel and contains a warming drawer. The apron front farmhouse sink sits within the granite countertop island. The backsplash is a white subway tile with white grout.