A balance of details creates a successful stainless steel range niche with a classically modern look.
Sometimes less is more. On the other hand, sometimes more is better. That’s the case with this stainless steel range niche. It’s not unusual to see a sheet of stainless used for the cooking area backsplash — something architect Ken Linsteadt often does, as we showed in the Modern Farmhouse Kitchen. For the handsome niche in this kitchen, custom inset stainless steel cabinetry was paired with Mockett cylindrical knobs and rod pulls similar to the architectural style seen on some appliances. The stainless steel flows from the counters up the back and side walls and onto the ceiling area of the niche which creates a lighted canopy over the vent hood. Even the stained concrete floor color echoes the metal. While a Wolf range usually becomes the main focus, here it’s diffused by stainless steel counters and a SubZero just to the left. A pot filler faucet is mounted high — in the spot where a shelf is sometimes added — to accommodate tall stock pots no doubt.Because the entire area is covered in stainless the elements seamlessly blend together, creating a brilliant configuration for a compact kitchen.
(Sources: Cultivate, Remodelista)
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