You’d never guess looking at this modern but rustic kitchen that ut started out life as a 70’s wood carvers delight. When we first saw this kitchen, it had hand carved wood doors with all different forest animals gracing each door panel. The cabinets were old, rough and not ready for food storage. The countertops were blue and yellow French floral tile with a lovely solid blue tile edging. This really had to go! Inspiration came from their local Prescott surroundings – ancient tall Pine trees, huge rock boulders and glorious mountain views. Simple shaker cabinets in a rich coffee color was selected to set off the stainless steel appliances and Rain Forest marble tops. This stone carries all the warmth and beauty of the surrounding countryside. Multicolored slate and copper glass tiles adorn the simple geometric back splash. To add some sparkle, rusty red mosaic pendant lights are hung over the penninsula and sink. All we have left to complete is installing the rich brown cork flooring.
The next project in the home was adding a new master bath. The bedroom was so oversized that taking a a nice big piece out of the room still left an oversize bedroom. The new master bath boasts a huge walk in shower – almost 7′ x 4.5′ with rustic 48″ wide reclaimed wood plank porcelain tiles on the walls. To add interest and texture, a sparkling woven glass border was added between every 3 planks horizontally. A real feast for the eyes! The floor is flat cut pebble rocks in natural tones. 2 handsome Shaker style vanities were lined up sise by side to fill one 8 foot wall. They are topped with speckled beige granite and a woven glass backsplash to match the shower walls. Copper framed mirrors and warm amber lights complete the look. Check out the big beautiful cherry stained pine barn door at the entranace – a chic new look for the perfectly designed new master bath.