With this home's open floor plan, the kitchen connects to the living and dining areas. Demarcated by the counter-height island and three drop pendants, this kitchen's focal point is the custom-tiled backsplash.
Glass-front cabinets showcase china and glassware. Designer E. Dale Trice chose dishes in the same design, but in two different colors. Mixing these with glasses and accent pieces creates cabinets that not only act as storage, but also add interest to the space.
An apron sink reinforces this home's beachside feel. A deep ceramic sink is convenient for washing dishes, rinsing produce, and cleaning the counters.
With the addition of barstools, the island doubles as a casual sitting area. This open kitchen allows you to stay connected to the rest of the house (and your guests) while you cook.