Two Ways to Design the Same Kitchen Floor Plan:
What major - and subtle - differences do you see in these two kitchens? The floor plan is identical, but the selections are custom. Scroll down to see the same kitchen layout, two ways.
The first has many contemporary design choices, while the second is much more traditional.
Side-by-Side Photos of the Same Kitchen Floor Plan:
Kitchen selections (e.g. cabinets, counter tops, light fixtures, faucets, appliances, and flooring) can make even the SAME kitchen look completely different.
Kitchen Design #1: Espresso cabinets, stone backsplash, white granite
Kitchen Design #2: White and espresso cabinets, brick back splash, black and white granite
The door located just past the fridge leads direclty into the garage. This kitchen layout is on the traditional side, with the kitchen facing into the breakfast room and sun room (rather than open to the great room).
Kitchen Design #1: Wine Rack above the Fridge
Kitchen Design #2: Wine Refrigerator in the IslandWhat's your cooking style? Both kitchens include double wall ovens for maximum baking space. What else matters in your routine? Gas heat for the range? Pot filler for easy fill-ups at the stove?
Kitchen Design #1: Gas Range with stainless steel hood
Kitchen Design #2: Electric Cooktop with pot filler and microwave above
What would you change in this kitchen?
You can re-arrange your kitchen floor plan when you design/build with Stanton Homes.
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