Pugh Project: Kitchen

Pugh Project: Kitchen
December 5, 2016 Amy Pugh

Pugh Project: Kitchen

I always love a good “before and after” of a project!  The process of seeing potential in a space, creating a vision for it, and seeing that vision come to life is so rewarding.

In order to make this space feel more open we opted for white cabinetry and replaced the far left cabinet with open shelving.  The solid brushed brass knobs and pulls + the gold accents add warmth and sophistication to the space.  We added a herringbone pattern with the white subway tile to bring in visual interest and depth.  And our favorite element of this kitchen that makes us want to host a dinner party here every. single. night. . . the butcher block island!

Here is the before shot:


And the after:









Photography by Andrew Heiser | Design Builder: Kingdom Builders


  1. Vel 3 years ago

    Beautiful! May I ask where the pendants are from? Thanks!

    • Author
      Panorama Interiors 3 years ago

      Thanks so much! They are from West Elm. 🙂

  2. Karrie Trowbridge 3 years ago

    I love what you did with it!! Just beautiful! The wall shelves and butcher block combination is the perfect accent to a white kitchen! Love the lighting also!

    • Author
      Panorama Interiors 3 years ago

      Thank you so much Karrie! The butcher block is our favorite element in the kitchen! 🙂

  3. Linda 3 years ago

    Your kitchen looks beautiful. The comparison of the before and after shots is amazing. Great work and beautiful photos.

    • Author
      Amy Pugh 3 years ago

      Thank you so much! Appreciate the love! 🙂

  4. Teresa 3 years ago

    I’ve, never seen a more beautiful kitchen !! I’ve pinned every pic ?

    • Author
      Amy Pugh 3 years ago

      Wow, thank you so much!! 🙂

  5. Kate 3 years ago

    Gorgeous! May I ask where you got your shelves and butcher’s block from?

    • Author
      Amy Pugh 3 years ago

      Thank you so much Kate! We had the shelves and butcher block custom made! We loved being able to pick out the type of wood, the type of finish, and the amount of coats for the finish. 🙂

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