Let Your Design Personality Shine Through Your Custom Kitchen
What does your kitchen say about your design personality?
On NPR’s “Daily Picture Show” blog from March 2012, John Asante discussed photographer Ellen Silverman’s photography series, Spare Beauty: The Cuban Kitchen, and invited readers to reflect on their own kitchens in “What Our Kitchens Might Say About Us.” He wrote: “It’s an interesting concept that our kitchens might say a lot about us. What does yours say about you?”
If you’re embarking on a custom kitchen remodeling project, you’re about to make a big statement about the life you want to live in and though your kitchen. CustomMade can help you find artisans who can capture your design personality in a beautiful and functional space that’s part workroom, part gathering place, and part showcase. Post your remodeling ideas on our “Get it Made” project board and, along with the practical requirements, share a little bit about the style and atmosphere you want your new kitchen to project. Need some inspiration? Here are a few completed kitchen projects from the CustomMade kitchen and dining room furniture gallery.
Have an adventurous sense of style and a willingness to experiment? This Kitchen Composition, 2010 by Dilettante Studios was created in collaboration with the clients, two artists “who were open to a great deal of experimentation and designing during fabrication.” Contact John Preus and discuss your kitchen remodeling ideas.
Perhaps new custom kitchen furniture is what you need to revitalize your cooking and dining experience. Imagine pulling out one of these ladderback chairs with a seagrass seat and joining a meal or a conversation at this gorgeous pine barnwood farm table with a brown cherry finish by ECustom Finishes. Get in touch with Chris Longden and have him create something similar for you or discuss something new and “un-standard” for your home.
Does your design personality call for a blending of styles? Zachary Schlossberg of Loftmen and his client designed this gray smoke kitchen “to incorporate a clean and modern look with some rustic elements.” Inside the gray varnished cabinets you’ll find maple interiors, and the floating shelves are made from reclaimed old growth pine. Contact Zachary and plan your own style-bending custom kitchen project.