Driftwood Transitional

Pittsburgh, PA

the details:

Our clients came to Marvista Design + Build seeking a kitchen that would allow them to properly entertain within their space. This once outdated 70’s kitchen had a large peninsula that obstructed traffic flow. Working within the same 4 walls, while achieving a more cohesive footprint, allowed for a large island and more cabinet storage. The space had some beautiful archways that we were able to mimic to elevate the kitchens architectural features.

The client had some lucky rocks that they took color inspiration from to select the dark cabinetry and hood tone. The kitchen also featured great cabinet organization to allow for decluttered countertops.

Features & Challenges of the Project:
  • An elevator that now sits behind the refrigerator needed to be designed around.
  • Plumbing in the upper ceiling created a challenge and needed to be accessible but hidden. Crown molding was used to hide the plumbing lines above the cabinetry.
  • Whole new lighting package that was compatible with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
  • All new and updated Sub-Zero Appliances.
  • Existing hardwood floors
    • Marvista Custom Cabinetry
      • Driftwood on Hard Maple used as the hood/cabinet accents/island
      • Frost White Colourtone Paint
    • Brushed Stainless Steel Faucets
    • Satin Nickle Cabinetry Hardware
    • 2 Stainless Steel Sinks
    • Quartz countertops
    • New lighting throughout the entire space
    • Light grey/blue subway tile
    • Sub – Zero Appliances
completed project
Before + Progress Gallery