It’s a great feeling when a project looks as good as it does in its renderings. Even better is when it surpasses them. I previously posted about a kitchen I designed for a 1780 colonial, and recently got a chance to shoot some pictures of it complete. I feel pretty good.
The first four pictures are as close to shot-for-shot as possible to the previous renderings.
As a full disclaimer, this was my first shot at both kitchen and lighting design. By carefully planning out what each space was to be used for down to the individual drawer, I was able to maximize work space while allowing multiple people to co-exist in the room, a failure of the previous kitchen. Other challenges included multiple paths of egress that had to be preserved (four in total), sight lines out the various windows that could not be moved, very little natural light, and the fireplace directly in the center. In addition, the room had been renovated as a dining room very recently, and the homeowner wished to preserve as much of that work as possible.
I haven’t updated in a while because I’ve been busy working on a kitchen to go in a 1780 colonial. I will go into more detail when I update with the forthcoming finished pictures, but for now here are some of the glossy presentation renderings.