I featured this project during construction in an earlier post. The kitchen design highlights the architecture of this mid-century modern home. We removed the load-bearing walls that once separated the kitchen from the dining room and living room to create an open concept kitchen with a large peninsula. The new structural beam is neatly tucked into the roof structure to create an uninterrupted ceiling plane. I specified the Sabine Hill concrete tiles for the backsplash behind the range that I featured in another post. The countertops are Lagoon Silestone that look similar to Carrara marble but without the maintenance issues of marble. The door and drawer fronts are a combination of high gloss white and matching flat-sawn walnut veneer panels. All photos by Betsy Maddox.