“When we’re selecting products for a kitchen remodel, I generally start with cabinets, because that is the material you see most.”
the design the kitchen’s original brick wall. The wall’s reverse is a brick fireplace. A piece of glass protects the brick behind the stove. “My clients were comfortable mixing and matching finishes, which is kind of fun,” DuByne said. “I’m always happy to do that. I don’t like things to look too precise or over-thought.” For example, the kitchen’s faucets are in stainless steel, while the cabinet pulls are a bronze finish and the bar stools are white vinyl with a chrome finish. A blue glass mosaic tile was selected for the backsplash and DuByne transformed the backsplash into an accent wall by tiling the wall to the ceiling. A white quartz countertop brightens the space. Several custom details add a luxurious feel to the kitchen, including the under cabinet toe lights and heated tile floors. Combined with the built-in espresso machine, this kitchen makes for a mighty fine place to fix a steaming cup of morning coffee, while standing in warmth and comfort.