This Overland Park home’s kitchen will make you lose your marbles—or, alternatively, make you want to address your very own kitchen in marble.
The room, which was nominated for the 2022 HGTV Designer of the Yr Awards in the Kitchen area and Dining category, was designed by area team McCroskey Interiors, helmed by Laura McCroskey.
HGTV’s once-a-year awards attribute environment-course layouts chosen by the property and backyard giant’s audience and editors. Extra categories in the yearly contest include things like Residing Significant in Smaller Areas, Shade and Pattern, and Waterside Retreats.
“[The client] had a single request: to have a well-arranged accumulating put fantastic for her family’s demands,” McCroskey says. “We leaned into a French modern aesthetic to govern the remaining kitchen style.” McCroskey’s passion for cooking also aids enormously in her kitchen area patterns. “I’m constantly going for walks a recipe out in a kitchen to make sure the layout flows as one’s cooking really should.”
Despite the fact that the dreamy OP kitchen didn’t acquire in its class, it—and McCroskey Interiors—has acquired countrywide interest, and McCroskey says to keep tuned because the firm’s countrywide attain is only developing.
That arrive at will also improve thanks to McCroskey’s just-introduced line of high-quality, in-residence artwork parts curated, printed and framed by specialist designers. “We found there was a substantial desire for top quality in-residence art,” McCroskey suggests. “Access was confined, and prints from merchants could not provide the degree of refinement needed to satisfy the standards for good quality artwork.”
The hidden pantry is tucked behind the kitchen. Its cabinets are embedded with mirror-paneled doors and a wood complete, and black-and-white checkered ground addresses the floor. “[The pantry] provides the customer a great deal of space to make a mess driving the scenes when hosting,” McCroskey suggests.
The counter stools complement the waterfall kitchen area island—the room’s focal point—where the client’s small children sit and do homework or arts and crafts. The island’s marble is a greige-veined Calacatta Vagli marble sourced from Italy, which adds heat towards the kitchen’s up to date white cabinetry.
Sliding panels, designed from the similar Calacatta Vagli marble as the island, supply simple obtain to a trove of spices and other cooking essentials. McCroskey spotted this panel strategy, which originated with German kitchen area producer SieMatic, through her travels. It’s come to be a staple in her intended kitchens.
“The unique design paperwork for this kitchen showed a fourteen-foot vaulted ceiling, which is really difficult to layout a kitchen area around,” McCroskey claims. She made the decision to exchange the first concept with a coffered ceiling. The final result is a common, timeless style that ties in the French information of the area.