Modern Farmhouse in Sea Cliff
This transitional kitchen tucked in to the hills of the North Shore of Long island was the result of complete first floor alteration. Toni Cinquemani, a seasoned designer at Packard Cabinetry helped reconfigure the first floor to create a smooth flow through the home. By moving the kitchen into the old dining room, the potential for the kitchen layout was optimized. . The available space allowed for a tight work space while providing auxiliary areas for the family. The white beaded inset Rutt Hand Crafted cabinetry and grey wire-brushed white oak island help to create the homeowner’s dream work space. The Galley Workstation on the island provides a functional sink alternative while providing an inspiration for conversation. Architectural elements such as the coffered ceiling with shiplap ceiling provide a complement to the traditional white subway tile framed with dark grout.
Packard did an excellent job designing our kitchen and supporting us along the way through every step of construction. Their attention to detail and suggestions about how to make the most of every space in our kitchen was very helpful and created a user-friendly cooking environment. We really enjoyed working with John and Toni! Anybody re-doing their kitchen should use Packard Cabinetry of Sea Cliff!Len Bush