Utah Style and Design

Why This Kitchen Cooks

March 28, 2016

David and Rachel Chamberlain clear the clutter with smart storage and HIGH-GLAM details.

By Val Rasmussen | Photos by Scot Zimmerman

Utah Style & Design: Sleek and Savvy

1 . High-gloss floor-to-ceiling cabinets hide appliances while reflecting light to make the room feel larger. The wall’s design promotes symmetry and verticality.

Utah Style & Design: Sleek and Savvy

2 . A thick slab of Caesarstone tops the island and complements the vertical height of the room. The overhang on all sides accommodates ample and interchangeable seating.

Utah Style & Design: Sleek and Savvy

3 . Sleek door panels promote the room’s modern style and open to storage space within the island’s base.

Utah Style & Design: Sleek and Savvy

4. A painted cabinet panel dressed with gold hardware disguises the refrigerator.

Utah Style & Design: Sleek and Savvy

5. Rift-sawn white oak floors add pattern and movement to the predominantly white room.

Utah Style & Design: Sleek and Savvy

6. To foster the period character of their mid-century modern house, the Chamberlains kept a tulip table and Herman Miller chairs used by the previous owner.

Click here to read more about David and Rachel’s sleek and savvy space.

Val Rasmussen
Val Rasmussen is Assistant Editor at Utah Style & Design and Editor at Utah Bride & Groom magazine. She can be reached at val@utahbrideandgroom.com or you can follow her on Instagram @valeriefras.



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