Timeless and classic is by no means generic! Every inch of this Traditional Cherry Kitchen was thoughtfully designed from its rich stained Cherry cabinetry by Wynnbrooke to the Vicostone Alaska White countertops and the transitional door style.

Working alongside interior designer Beth Kellogg, Studio M Kitchen & Bath designer Bre Perrigo used her creativity and expertise to design cabinetry elements that maximized the space’s storage potential. A tiered silverware drawer allows twice as much cutlery to be stored in one space while keeping each item separated and organized. Another storage element to take note of in this space is the lazy susan located in the corner cabinetry which, allowing the homeowner to access and store their items with ease.

With no room for a large pantry in the space, designer Bre Perrigo had to be creative in designing pantry storage for this Traditional Cherry Kitchen. The solution was multiple pantry pull-outs with adjustable shelving. The benefit of these smaller scale pantries is that they are beautifully concealed among the surrounding cabinetry, and the adjustable shelving allows the homeowner to store dry goods of varying sizes and weights.

The pendants and sconce are made of 100% recycled glass by local company Bicycle Glass Co

This small kitchen makes the most out of its floorpan in terms of seating and storage