Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design had the opportunity to work on this beautiful kitchen renovation.
The clients wanted to update their existing kitchen that was dark & heavy! The existing kitchen layout was still very functional, so our goal was to focus on the kitchen selections and finishes.
The result is this beautiful kitchen!!!
The original kitchen was dated with a builders standard granite and creamy backsplash tile that had a border accent and felt very busy.
We decided to help the client create a bright and luxurious feel by painting the dark island to a soft grey and the creamy yellow perimeter C2 Architectural White.
It is often lovely to have 2-3 colours or stains for your kitchen millwork if they compliment each other. If done correctly, it can provide a soft dimensional distinction between kitchen zones and the emphasize millwork details.
Working with client on balancing budget plays a big factor in the kitchen renovation. It is our job as professionals to help clients allocate budget in areas that will provide the most impact.
When we work with clients, we weigh out their priorities, likes, dislikes, function, and design goals. It is through our years of experience designing new-build homes, renovations, dealing with site issues, & sourcing products that we can provide this services to our clients and give them the peace of mind they are looking for.
When designing a kitchen, we always factor in kitchen lighting. It is important to have a strong balance of natural lighting, general lighting, task & accent lighting.
In this kitchen we ensured that the natural lighting from the kitchen window & door was not restricted in any way. The pot lights add balanced general lighting in the kitchen. The stunning pendants & under cabinet lighting provide both a task & accent lighting (drawing attention to the quartz backsplash & island decor).
To conclude, the final result is this luxurious kitchen!
Client: Private Residence
Interior Design: Natalie Fuglestveit Interior Design, Kelowna Interior Design Firm
Photography: Lindsay Nichols Photography