I was recently asked to execute a SieMatic Beaux Arts rendering for a colleague’s client presentation. The kitchen was designed, but just needed to be tuned up for the meeting. I was given elevations and plan, with the rest of the materials and details worked out as we went. It was just a matter of selecting a view point that would show off the most features and give a good feeling for the overall design.
The cabinets are Magnolia White matte lacquer, with countertops a combination of stone-look composite Caesarstone. The floor is porcelain with a stone look. Many of my colleagues are pointing clients towards composite these days; the resistance of stain is a fantastic advantage over natural stone. Some walnut accents, eggshell-color walls and a Norwell hatbox light fixture complete the room. Opposite this view is a symmetrical breakfast room which also has some SieMatic furniture. Should be a lovely project when completed – hopefully I can see some pictures when it is done.