Originally two smaller rooms, the redesigned kitchen of this Larimer Place highrise combined the spaces for a more open floor plan.
The owners, who use the condo as a second home in downtown Denver, wanted to evoke the feeling of a hearth in the bar/serving area that the family could gather around. Because kitchens are naturally a gathering place, the brick arch lends warmth to the space as well as serves as a focal point, while still allowing ample space for food preparation and easy access to the stove and oven.
The pendant light fixtures were made from hand-forged iron for a unique finish. All of the countertops were replaced with salt and pepper granite that is virtually maintenance free—an essential touch because the condo is also used for corporate retreats.
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