Bainbridge Kitchen & Bath

Updating this 1898 historic home located on a low bank of Bainbridge Island began with an approach to maintain the architectural and structural integrity but infuse the house with modern function. A generous communal kitchen was created by combining several small rooms and removing a wall blocking the Puget Sound view. The dark structural elements framing areas of the kitchen were pronounced within the light color scheme. The industrial steel styling of the large scullery sink and the hood vent is softened with natural walnut and light grey painted cabinetry.

This kitchen has all the amenities needed, including: a large central island with a trough prep sink with room for stools, an exquisite 60” Citeaux Lacanche range, large scullery sink ideal for handling fresh seafood, ample storage, integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator, dual integrated Fischer Paykel dishwasher, and a separate utility room with additional storage and wine cooler.

This grand kitchen is now a central gathering place with modern functionality and wonderful views of the Puget Sound just feet away from the water.