Rustic, Neutral Accents in Elegant Hamptons Kitchen
Farmhouse charm meets luxury living in this kitchen at 47 Georgica Road in the Hamptons!
This 8-bed, 8-bath estate is the work of award-winning architect Peter Cook, who has given the kitchen a lofty vaulted ceiling with impressive skylights.
Rustic and traditional accents like the rough-sawn floor texture, farmhouse sink, subway tile, square-edged countertops, and cup-style drawer pulls all suggest heritage. Still, the premium stainless appliances fit in just fine.
There’s something down-to-earth about the choice not to integrate the appliances here.
This inclination towards the natural is also evident in the color choices. The dark brown floor lends a sense of rootedness. Above it, the island stands out with a lighter shade, but its slightly gray finish serves to neutralize any orange tones.
A subtle, creamy, off-white wall color sets off the white cabinets and trim just enough to highlight them without excessive contrast. The designer did a great job of defining the adjacent rooms with colors that work harmoniously with the scheme. The same flooring extends into a dining area whose warm, buttery paint makes for a convivial casual dining space.
Despite the ample square footage here, the placement of the oven, sink, and island maintains a classic and highly practical triangle configuration. There’s also an extra sink in the island, making this kitchen especially convenient for serious cooks and bakers.
The rest of this home continues the simple, easy elegance found in the kitchen, and those who wander off the lush grounds will find themselves just minutes away from the seaside.
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