A Touch of Tuscany
Client: 701600, 702101
Service Date: August 2017
Location: Cocoa Beach, FL
Designer Brittany Hutt worked her magic and transformed this kitchen, which completely changed the look and feel of the entire home.
When you first entered this home, the first thing you saw was this oversized pantry, which made the entry way feel closed off, and the kitchen small. In order to create a more open space, Brittany removed the pantry to add a peninsula island with a wine fridge, trash pullout, and additional cabinetry storage below. The pass through looking into the living room was opened up and allowed for an increased ceiling height. This instantly transformed the entire home and now gives a view of the kitchen and living room from the entryway. To make use of every square inch of the kitchen space, Brittany also took down the wall besides the fridge, moved the fridge over to the right, and added more cabinetry.
Brittany specified Norcraft Cabinetry’s Terrence Maple door with a Husk Stain to add a natural tone and keep the space feeling bright. For the countertops, she selected a light sand colored Quart Countertop in Cloud Nine from Pompeii Quartz. The cabinetry was complete with the Arendal Pull in a Brushed Satin Nickel Finish from Top Knobs Hardware. For the backsplash, a travertine and glass mosaic in Promise from Bedrosians was installed vertically and adds a subtle and classy pop of color.
For the flooring, the homeowners worked with Brad Warburton. A luxury vinyl plank in Nantucket Oak from COREtec Plus was selected for the kitchen and hallway, and Carolina Clay from Lees Carpets was selected for the living room and additional bedrooms.
Design by Brittany Hutt
Flooring by Brad Warburton
Installation by J&J Carpet One
Photography by Michael Valentin