When we started working with our clients on their kitchen, their first concern was how to work with the existing maple trim found throughout their home, which would be visible from the kitchen. It all came together when our design team found the perfect quartz countertop, Cambria Brittanica Gold, which pulled the tones of both the maple and the new driftwood stained island. Warm gray grout helped to show off the irregular-edged, 3×6″ subway tile backsplash, which goes to the ceiling behind the range hood. A brushed brass faucet and cabinet hardware further bring in the warmth of the maple trim into the new kitchen design, for a nice balance on the crisp custom white cabinets. We also gave the fireplace a facelift with white shiplap, which is a beautiful accent seen fully from the kitchen. Overall, our team was able to create a fresh new kitchen and fireplace wall that blends perfectly with the rest of the home. Don’t miss how we worked with the maple in the master bathroom renovation.