Friday, April 8, 2011

Gallery - Not Always Dark in Deep Cove

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If you're familiar with the area, you know that Deep Cove is one of the most beautiful places in Metro Vancouver ... when it's not raining.  The stunning West Coast scenery of Deep Cove is made possible but many many days of rain.  So when I met with the clients of this 1970's post-and-beam home, they expressed a desire to keep the room as light and bright as possible, but still wanted to embrace the dark woods featured throughout the home.

The cabinetry is finished in Brookside's "Rift-Cut White Oak".  The softness of the engineered veneer plays nicely against the bamboo flooring and the simplicity of the slab door compliments the European aesthetic found throughout the home.  Countertops are Zodiaq quartz surfacing in Crema Botticino and the backsplash tile is a mixed marble bullet tile featuring Crema Marfil and Grey Carrera.


Leslie Fine said...

Beautiful kitchen - I love the clean lines of the space. Very appealing.

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