Green Art kitchen designer, Terri Martello, had the great pleasure of venturing to Far Rockaway, Queens for two very big – and equally magnificent – projects. One was part of a total home makeover which included adding a whole second story, and the other was a major kitchen update from floors to walls and everything inbetween.
Swapping out dark cabinets and countertops for Alabaster white doors from KitchenCraft and Berwyn Cambria Quartz made a drastic difference to this space. Not only is it more modern, but it feels larger and brighter. Outdated fixtures were replaced with matching stainless steel appliances. Gray wood flooring paired with wavy dark blue tile gives a vibe that compliments the salty sea air blowing in from Jamaica Bay just down the street.
From the homeowner: “I heard about [Green Art] through a friend. Amazing experience. Terri knows how to work with all types and styles (especially unique like us!). She just adapted and assisted and held our hand as our project evolved from something small to huge!”
What was once a mismatched space of beige and white is now a blend of cohesive colors. The neutral tone of Portobello gray Omega Cabinetry along with the white countertops and white subway tiles allow the Smokey Hill island to really pop (also from Omega). Traditional Newport Brass faucets are an elegant touch paired with a Kohler farmhouse sink, which is simply a must in a kitchen of this magnitude. Stainless steel appliances, a huge refrigerator, and unique flooring make this dream kitchen a true work of art.
From the homeowner: “My contractor recommended Terri and I was so happy with both the service and the products!”