Outstanding Kitchen Design for the Win!

To benefit a local charity, JWH offered their expert design services to one lucky winner in Old Greenwich, CT.  The “before kitchen”, in much need of updating, was the perfect challenge for Jennifer Howard and the JWH Team. Experience with architecture and building allowed JWH to rearrange the critical spaces in this Kitchen. Thus, maximizing the function, flow, and overall look.  See all the Before and After photos on Houzz.com.

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Form and Function are the Winning Combinations                                                           JWH Kitchen Design Winner in CT

“Clean, modern lines with warmth and function,” as requested by the Client, inspired the design with our JWH Custom Frameless Cabinetry.  The stainless Sub Zero and Wolf appliances are a crisp contrast to the painted cabinets and honed “jet mist” granite countertops.  The solid walnut top on the center Island, built by our JWH Millshop, provides a warm and comfortable surface. Furthermore, it compliments the light floors. Utilizing deep drawers and concealed countertop storage keeps all the cooking needs close by for this busy cook/Mom.

The Walk-in Pantry set with a diagonal door was a great JWH solution. The walkway challenges pertaining to the Island were overcome and the pantry provided extra storage without adding extra cabinetry expense.  The frosted glass door lets light in and out and conceals the contents and evidence of real life. An added bonus and now a family favorite!

The custom buffet was designed and built after the project to match the Kitchen, with a distinctly modern furniture flair.

The transition from the Kitchen to Butler’s Pantry is short on space, but the interior glass shelves and lights, as well as the smokey mirrored backsplash, expand the space visually.

This winning Kitchen was also recently featured on the Old Greenwich-Riverside Kitchen Tour, helping to raise even more money for this local charity!