Queen Anne Calacatta
A small footprint has the potential to pose big challenges for a kitchen remodel but not for this elegant and efficient makeover by Draw the Line Design in Seattle. Even with a narrow galley layout, this modern kitchen feels bright and airy with a minimalist combination of high-gloss white cabinets and matching white hardware and fixtures. Cabinets extend all the way to the ceiling to maximize storage space and create a built-in look.
A peninsula countertop unifies the kitchen and the adjacent gathering spaces with a sleek waterfall edge and the added bonus of in-kitchen seating for two. The bold veining of PentalQuartz in Calacatta brings an intense pattern to the design while not straying far from the all-white palette. Calacatta has rich, bold veins of grey/green, a color that pairs perfectly with the mosaic hex-tile backsplash. This look can be achieved with one of the many geometric tile shapes in our Bistro Plus ceramic line with 13 color options and a variety of shapes to choose from.
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Credit: Draw The Line Design & NW Granite & Marble