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A Regal Remodel

A beautiful Bath kitchen by Kitchen Cove Design Studio speaks to the color palette set by Sherwin-Williams’ Drift of Mist coated cabinets
Words By Jennifer Wolcott
Photos By Erin Little
Island living (and seating) is a dream, thoughtfully designed by Kitchen Cove and Salt of Maine Design. Countertop by Morningstar Stone & Tile.

This family home nestled in the trees on the coast of West Bath, Maine has been reimagined to suit the changing needs of a retired couple. Kitchen Cove Design Studio collaborated with interior designer, Janeen Arnold of Salt of Maine Design Co., and the homeowners who wanted a clean transitional look to update their kitchen and bar area.

Just off the kitchen, one finds everything needed to shake, stir, and serve the perfect cocktails.
The Galley Work Station faces toward the island stools, making it easy to mingle with guests while prepping dinner. Tile by Old Port Specialty Tile.

Drift of Mist by Sherwin-Williams coats the custom cabinetry, bathing the kitchen in a soft white. The color palette is only enhanced by natural light streaming in through expansive windows and floor-to-ceiling sliding doors. A deep muted, gray-toned blue on the island and bar area complements the cooler coastal feel, while the Calacatta Gold quartz countertop adds warmth and serves as a practical work surface.

A simple cabinet door style with stellar details pairs well with beautiful metalwork in the hood. The hardware and brass grill design in the bar area work together to elevate this tastefully refined space to make it a sophisticated center for this updated home.

“We added a 5-foot ‘Ideal Workstation’ from The Galley to the island,” said Mary Adams, owner of Kitchen Cove Design Studio. “This is in lieu of a standard sink. The workstation is the designated hub of the kitchen, allowing the cook to engage with everyone in the home during daily meals and entertainment.” Cutting edge products such as this workstation—they also discussed adding the “Steam Convection Oven” by Wolf—are an essential part of the conversation with clients during the design process. The outcome? A kitchen as functional as it is beautiful.

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