2013 Ultimate Up North Kitchen Tour: #2, Conway

Northern Michigan's 2013 Ultimate Up North Kitchen Tour: #2, Old World Flavor in Conway

Designer: Brooke Anderson, Preston Feather. 231.347.2501, prestonfeather.com

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Kitchen designer Brooke Anderson worked with homeowner Mimi Boon to imbue the kitchen of her new condominium on Crooked Lake with a sense of elegant tradition. Glazed-white, pillowed (meaning the rails are raised and rounded) cabinets add understated luxury. Two tiers of wall cabinets lend coziness to the cathedral ceiling that rises 10 feet at its peak. The custom-fabricated range hood is camouflaged inside the cabinetry, a touch that helps minimize modern sensibilities and highlights an Old World feel.

Antarctica granite has the rich luster of marble, while hand-molded subway tiles feel as though they could be antiquities. The Old World look continues down to the hand-scraped, wide-plank cherry floors that are stained a dark mahogany. The gorgeous island countertop is maple, stained to match the floor, and made by Northern Michigan’s own Michigan Maple Block company.  

Builder:

Ironwood Construction Company

Plumber:

Ginop Plumbing & Heating

Tile:

Creative Touch

Appliances:

Chuck’s Appliance & Furniture

Countertops:

Capital Granite

Flooring:

Pumco Interiors

Get a preview to the 2013 Ultimate Up North Kitchen Tour in the October issue of Northern Home & Cottage & Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine.

  

The inside scoop on featured homes:

A Note From the Editor of Northern Home & Cottage

#1, Rustic Spirit in Brutus

#2, Old World Flavor in Conway

#3, Home On The Road in Petoskey

#4, Sophisticated Cottage in Walloon Lake

#5, Rockin' Reno in Boyne City

#6, Good Taste in Traverse City

#7, Kitchen of Many Colors in Traverse City

#8, Classic, Meet Contemporary in Traverse City

#9, Delicious Traditional in Traverse City

#10, Soul Kitchen in Leland

#11, Dune Rustic in Sleeping Bear Dunes, Glen Arbor

#12, Gathering Place in Sleeping Bear Dunes, Glen Arbor

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