The kitchens of Stonington Cabinetry and Design are follower favorites. They blend practical design with beautiful materials to create custom high-end spaces. Today we are excited to take a look at their pretty designs + share images from a brand new kitchen they are revealing from their Hudson Project. Take a peek not only at the overall kitchens, but notice the small thoughtful details in the cabinetry design that make use of the space and help keep things organized. Enjoy!
Photo: Chris Veith Photo
A beautiful white and walnut kitchen. The double thickness marble island is stunning and creates a rich high-end vibe. Look at the details of the custom drawers for built-in organization of knives, spices, etc. So helpful for keeping things clean and organized. The range hood is custom by Modern Aire.
This kitchen is all about the pairing of rich dark cabinetry with crisp white and beautiful brass. The inky paint color is Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron in 10% sheen and the countertops are quartz. For a closer look at quartz vs. marble read this post.
This is such a fresh and pretty small space kitchen. Signature White Alpine cabinetry is paired with walnut open shelving and drawer boxes. The white herringbone backsplash adds texture and is a beautiful way to give affordable white subway tile a new look.
This follower favorite kitchen has gotten a lot of love on instagram. The two-tone look of the walnut and painted gray creates a sophisticated industrial vibe that still feels classic. The wood is American Black Walnut and was built to maximize the storage space in the kitchen. The paint color is custom, but was built off of Benjamin Moore Trout Grey.
Chatham St. Project
This kitchen is light and airy. We like the white oak island paired with perimeter cabinetry painted Coventry Grey by Benjamin Moore for a soft pretty look.
To see more beautiful kitchen designs from the Stonington brothers, browse their entire portfolio here.
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