Atlanta Designer Suzanne Kasler worked her magic to keep the interiors second only to the marsh and Pocotaligo River views in this wonderful coastal South Carolina Brays Island home. This kitchen is located in the “bunkie house,” which is third in line behind the main home and guesthouse. Wouldn’t you like to see the other kitchens?!
The room is anchored with a lyre-base French table. I much as I like the simplicity of the white benches, I cannot imagine keeping them clean. Outdoor fabric is always an option, and as production has come a long way it is sometimes not easy to tell. A modest pot rack, to the left of the Broan range hood, holds pots and pans while sleek black iron brackets hold a pair of dark color shelves; a nice change from the often used painted wood shelving. A graceful Rohl faucet and undermount sink don’t distract from the classic tailored cabinets and black counter. Long handle pulls repeat the line of the shelves. A linen covered chair and Baker side table give the kitchen a more comfortable feel.