Whether you’re planning to build a new kitchen, renovate or just wat to update your cabinets or countertops, there are local design/build professionals who can help you achieve the look you’re after. While trends in home design are usually quick to evolve, homeowners on Cape Cod are just as likely to stick to the tried-and-true. “The trend in kitchens, especially on the Cape, is still white Shaker cabinetry.” By Janice Randall Rohlf
This kitchen’s architect-homeowner worked with Main Street at Botellos to achieve an elegance through minimalist features without going excessively modern.
An eye catching feature in this remodeled kitchen, includes a contrasting stained-wood island. That goes with a lot of other furniture throughout the rest of the home.
This Martha’s Vineyard home built by The Valle Group embraces open-concept living with the kitchen as the hub. This house is an example of another popular trend namely to eliminate the dining room. By using the kitchen as a home’s main gathering and eating space.
A popular way to make a statement in the kitchen is to hang pendant lighting about the island. Which can be used to illuminate work surfaces or accentuate architectural features.
The space above the stove that in the past was a popular place for a microwave oven is now being used more and more for a range hood.
When it comes to flooring engineered wood floors that look like real wood is currently popular. They are extremely durable, can be sanded and refinished. The flooring comes in a wide range of species, grades and finishes, and are easy to install.
This kitchen in a passive-solar home on Cape Cod eschews all white in favor of darker tones and materials. The statement of marble wall that echoes colors and forms in nature. A desire for a very clean and modern aesthetic kitchen.
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