The kitchen footprint was redesigned to accommodate one island, instead of two. With form and function important to the homeowners, the one island provided additional dining, a cooking area and storage space. With the help of our design team, it also became a statement piece and main focus of the kitchen, replaced with the beauty and elegance of curved lines.
This show-topping island was custom-designed with a two-tier countertop, which combines a Taj Mahal polished quartzite work surface with a stunning Explosion Blue polished quartzite and waterfall edge. The configuration also features Crystal cabinets in a Regent Square door style finished in a Terra Taupe Matte Sheen. To further enhance the space, during the renovation, our design team thought of adding a stunning design detail to the ceiling—a custom-shaped tray ceiling that replicated the shape of the island.
Progressive’s design team relocated the kitchen appliances, reconfiguring the plumbing and electrical, and redesigned new pantry storage. The new kitchen would be fit with a new stainless steel hood vent by Falmec Lumen, a secondary sink, and a Wolf 5-Burner induction cooktop.
The perimeter cabinetry was designed with Crystal cabinets in a sleek flat panel door style finished in a dark rich tone that expertly complemented the island. Adding additional design sophistication, the backsplash above the sink and interior back wall features Lunada Bay Abruzzo Pearl hexagon tile and a larger version of the same hexagon tile behind the kitchen buffet.