From Kayla on May 11th, 2010 in Kitchen Remodel
With clean lines and ample storage as the jumping-off point for each kitchen remodel, it’s surprising how different each Bunker Workshop design actually looks. But despite the visual grab bag, they all have a unifying brand of aesthetic appeal – exactly what makes them worth talking about.
Understated personality seems to be the guide in this particular remodel, with the ladder adding a bit of unexpected fun. The dark brown used for the countertop and the ceiling above help break up the white, while still adding to the clean spatial feel.
If I could fall in love with a floor, I think this would be the one. Color may be sparse in this kitchen, but the sleek design complete with stainless steel appliances make the space inviting, not sterile.
For a walk on the dark side, this kitchen presents some serious urban appeal. The cabinets are dark, but play nicely with the gray flooring. The best part, however, might be the ample storage – any aspiring chef’s dream.
This kitchen? To die for. The glass cabinet doors are unique without being too revealing and the ceiling/cabinet color-combo makes the entire space feel like a welcoming cocoon. Even the table and chairs seem to be made for this room. I know playing favorites isn’t nice, but this is one instance where it can’t be helped.
I may be a sucker for kitchen remodels, but Bunker Workshop seems to be worthy of the praise. Now if only I had a kitchen to remodel…