Transitional Kitchen in Georgetown, DC
Designed by Sarah Turner
The clients wanted to achieve a quiet, serene, and functional kitchen that was once tucked away next to the dining room.
We opened the wall that separated the galley kitchen from the dining room and created an anti-space that would now house a new powder room and wet bar on the main level. There hadn’t been a powder room there before and with small children, the family thought it necessary. A mix of 3 complementary blues was used in the kitchen, island, and wet bar to create a soft blush of color. Tall pantry and fridge anchor the space on either side. A large island creates seating for this growing family.