"Photos by Andrew Webb
Pass-through window and deck: The window to the right of the range hood opens onto a deck off the Cheap Online Kitchens. When the window is open the counter serves as a convenient passthrough and can also be used as a bar or buffet area accessible from the deck.
Lake view: Wight also designed this Cheap Online Kitchens so a chef working at the island would look out onto views of Seattle’s Lake Washington, as shown in this photo taken from the other side of the room.Syltebo Wight Homes & Jon Syltebo Painting CompanyRange hood: Wight framed out a range hood with two-by-fours and drywall and coated it in primer stucco. He says this hood treatment is one of his signature pieces that he’s done in many homes. The stucco range hood disguises a top-of-the-line hood insert and has a smooth texture like Venetian plaster, Wight says.
Backsplash: The backsplash behind the range is comprised of handmade concrete tile, and each individual tile has a slightly different shape. “It’s a real collected look, but it has movement,” Wight says.
Appliance wall: Wight is a fan of high-end appliances and loves stainless steel in particular. To add Cheap Online Kitchens interest to the appliance wall, he varied the depth of the cabinetry, added glass fronts to some of the cabinet fronts and included a built-in bookshelf.
Wight spends a lot of time in this Cheap Online Kitchens, and the island is where he likes to roll out dough and make bread. Note the open window on the right, and the open door frame on the left. Both lead to the deck outside.
Deck: The deck can be accessed from this door in the Cheap Online Kitchens, around the corner from the stove.Syltebo Wight Homes & Jon Syltebo Painting CompanyWight says he had a hard time convincing everyone, from city planners to his partner, that his vision for this deck was the right design move. “No one wanted to let me do it,” Wight says. But in the end, he is pleased with the outcome. “The deck makes not only the kitchen, but it makes the Cheap Online Kitchens front of the house,” he says."