Our scullery serves as a pantry, a 2nd kitchen and delivers a whole lot of oooooh's and aaaaaaah's.
Looking back on my first blog post about the inspiration for this space, I'd say we nailed it!
So much good stuff. Where do we start? Let's start with the wall of dark cabinetry, flanked by glass cabinets, providing TONS of storage, and the sliding ladder, all from Stile and Rail. We used the same hardware as the kitchen, Ashley Norton Bauhaus pulls, but in the Solid Brass finish.
And then the opposite wall--wow! For the countertop, backsplash and floating shelf, we used a gorgeous porcelain tile slab from Dal Tile called Diamond Mine, part of their Panoramic Porcelain Surfaces collection. But my favorite part of this space is the lighting. We were able to source the exact same wall sconces that were used in my inspiration kitchen by Athena Calderone. The sconces are by Blueprint Lighting in NYC. And they're pretty amazing, am I right?
Faucet and beverage faucet are by Brizo, part of the Litze collection, in a Luxe Gold finish with knurled handles.
Let me just say Sarah Fielder with Urban Domain and her team Tiffany Topol and Sheila Cox nailed the styling for this space. It's as gorgeous as it is functional. Sometimes I have to remind myself that those bowls are for eating, not just decoration.
Interior Designer: Jennifer Kowlaski with Six Walls Design
Builder: Highlands Builders Group
Architect: Phil McCullough
Photography: Life N Light