David and Rachel Chamberlain clear the clutter with smart storage and HIGH-GLAM details.
By Val Rasmussen | Photos by Scot Zimmerman
1 . High-gloss floor-to-ceiling cabinets hide appliances while reflecting light to make the room feel larger. The wall’s design promotes symmetry and verticality.
2 . A thick slab of Caesarstone tops the island and complements the vertical height of the room. The overhang on all sides accommodates ample and interchangeable seating.
3 . Sleek door panels promote the room’s modern style and open to storage space within the island’s base.
4. A painted cabinet panel dressed with gold hardware disguises the refrigerator.
5. Rift-sawn white oak floors add pattern and movement to the predominantly white room.
6. To foster the period character of their mid-century modern house, the Chamberlains kept a tulip table and Herman Miller chairs used by the previous owner.
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