SW Peony Street
The Peony Street kitchen remodel is the perfect blend of trending and timeless. The homeowners wanted a space that felt lively but comforting and fresh but classic. They also wanted a remodel that would rejuvenate the kitchen but still coordinate with the rest of their Corvallis home. The outcome is a light-filled and airy space that’s bright, welcoming, and with plenty of room for lingering.
The transitional Shaker cabinets were in great shape, but needed an update. To lean into the two-toned cabinet trend but ensure the look would remain stylish for many years, we chose paint colors that exude timelessness: Sherwin Williams Alabaster on the uppers and Indigo Batik on the lowers and island. Indigo Batik is a rich but subtle medium blue that’s reminiscent of old ticking stripe fabric but still feels very fresh and current. The elegant hardware design from the Top Knobs Regent’s Park Cumberland collection in honey bronze elevates the playfulness of the color palette.
Along the countertops, backsplash, and even the window sill is Silestone Pietra. The homeowners wanted a stylish material that’s low maintenance but meets the elevated design of their new space. The unique blue veining in the countertops and slab backsplash is brought out by the paint color but it’s subtle enough that it doesn’t draw too much attention. The blend of minerals, quartz, and recycled materials make their new countertops stain, heat, and scratch resistant, unlike natural stone surfaces. It’s also finished with a quarter bevel edge, which is a fine angular detail that works with the overall transitional aesthetic of their Corvallis kitchen.
Their island also received a few updates that leave the kitchen with a standout focal point. The carved tapered island posts provide support and a style that’s slightly traditional without being overly decorated. We also added panels that continue the transitional Shaker style throughout the space.
Every detail was considered a priority to deliver a completely cohesive look–down to the kitchen sink. It has a matte finish that doesn’t take away from the carefully chosen metal colors elsewhere in the kitchen, and actually accents the blue veining in the countertops. It’s topped with a champagne bronze gooseneck faucet by Delta.
Our clients weren’t only ecstatic with the results of their kitchen remodel, but also with the process. Our organization, respect for their timeline, and transparent communication relieved them of any stress that so many homeowners experience when they work with other companies. We value professionalism, courtesy, and a high-standard of craft, which is why these homeowners are so pleased with not only our work, but also their experience.
Contact Corvallis Custom Kitchens & Baths for a remodeling experience that’s seamless, easy, and leaves you with a rejuvenated space you can enjoy for years to come.