source ~ Thomas Hamel
I’m in love with this beautiful kitchen designed by talented designer, Thomas Hamel. It’s both classic yet sleek and on trend. The first thing I couldn’t help but notice immediately upon seeing this kitchen is the incredible attention to architectural detail. The cutouts in the ceiling and skylights above are amazing. I love light and bright spaces and this added luxury is a beautiful surprise. Details are a welcome characteristic when a kitchen is uniform in color and large like this one.
Some things never go out of style and the clean lines of the light gray cabinetry and island paired with the tried and true Calcutta marble, rustic wood floors and white backdrop reflect that classic always outlasts the trends yet the sleek design gives a respectful nod to today. The back painted glass cabinets and frosted pendants are another feature that adds texture and takes this space to another level… I love the fact that you don’t see clutter behind the glass nor dust or dirt on the pendant. The stainless steel pulls adds the perfect amount of shine and the toe kick under the cabinets is just one more careful consideration.
Source ~ Decor Pad
Another perfect example from Thomas Hamel is this gorgeous white kitchen and marble masterpiece below. The windows alone are amazing enough… the shape and size allow the natural light to enter and enhance the white and dark wood floor’s beauty. The signature architectural detail that Thomas loves to include is very obvious here and evident in the crown molding and double hoods. The frosted pendants once again look beautiful above the stylish island with seating at one end. As reflected in the kitchen above, the marble is taken up the backsplash in a clean manner yet maintains a rich and classic, not cold and sterile feel. The details are what makes the difference. When you are lucky to come across a marble with enough character and beauty… it can stand alone.
source ~ Milieu-Mag
If I were to design another kitchen for myself I’d definitely go with something along the lines reflected in these examples. Both of these kitchens were designed for beauty and function… The classic materials and the manner in which they were used is what makes a Thomas Hamel kitchen. Architectural detail and the ability to mix both old and new is something that can elevate a space to another category and these kitchens by Thomas Hamel prove that.
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2 thoughts on “Thomas Hamel White Kitchen Masterpieces”
Love the marble backsplash, double hood and those gorgeous windows.. In all the kitchen designs I have seen I love kitchens with light, bright spaces. I can only imagine cooking in this space with family and friends.
That’s exactly how I feel Maggie… This kitchen is meant to be used! I’d even take up cooking for this one. ;) Hugs! xo