From the historic Mill Building to brand new Whitfield and Leete Buildings, every kitchen at the Residences at 66 High Street is customized to meet the needs of the owners.
As the social hub of the home, today’s kitchen is a place that is on display in an open floor plan. To accommodate for both function and style, we’ve worked with incredible interior designers to achieve the goals of each resident.
Scroll through to take a look at some of the
66 High Street kitchens, and perhaps get some inspiration for your own!
Open shelving, modern light fixtures, and the contrast between blue cabinetry and wood accents make this kitchen one of a kind. Surprise! Though this looks like a small kitchen, it is actually a walk-in pantry, complete with storage, sink, and extra refrigerator. We like to think of it as – a kitchen within the kitchen! This kitchen, located in the historic Mill Building, utilizes space under the stairs and has an industrial vibe thanks to the incredible brick walls. Two-toned cabinets create a visually appealing contrast in this kitchen. The large center island is ideal for casual dining and entertaining! The exposed elements in this Mill Building add character to this kitchen. The white cabinetry and dark countertops add a timeless contrast that will be enjoyed for years to come. Simple, clean design in this kitchen is highlighted by a center island with a butcher block top. A wine fridge is a top request in kitchen designs. We love incorporating it into a large center island. Neutrals remain popular in the kitchen, providing an open and bright feel. Neutral doesn’t mean boring! Depending on the cabinetry, lighting, and hardware, you can achieve many different styles with neutral colors. In this two-toned kitchen, the recessed ceiling and appliances that match cabinets are details that make a difference. Aside from the layout, appliances can also be customized. Take a look at this built-in espresso machine! Light colors aren’t the only neutrals. Grays and blues create a beautiful look in any space. Another shade of blue here, coupled with natural countertops and a white backsplash, creates a soothing space. Pops of color brighten up a neutral kitchen. With an island that extends into a casual dining table, this is a spot guests will have a hard time leaving.
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