A kitchen is often-times the most utilized space in a home, from entertaining to simply sipping a cup of joe in the wee hours of the morning. Designer Thom Brawner, along with Miller’s Fancy Bath and Kitchen, created a room, which was once dark, now see the light.

The project, which consisted of the customer’s entire kitchen and family room off Lime Kiln Lane, took approximately six months to perfect, according to Rick Miller, owner of Miller’s Fancy Bath and Kitchen. It was once a dark, closed-in kitchen that didn’t meet the entertaining needs of the client. Rick says they wanted a kitchen that would “make a statement with more natural, cleaner finishes and a lot of storage.” And that’s just what they received.

Thom, who has designed for the company since 1993, went to work creating a space that left the customers pleased, according to Rick. The company first raised the ceiling several feet and installed a coffered ceiling. Next, the floor was exchanged for a mosaic marble. Miller’s installed Perimeter cabinets, stained cherry and with a gray highlight on the island. The countertops, by Cambria, are quartz, and the backsplash was book-matched Cambria, as well. To finish the space, the faucets and hood were installed in a polished nickel.

Rick says the customers are “really enjoying” entertaining in their light and unique space. For more information on Miller’s Fancy Bath and Kitchen, go

Posted on 2020-03-06 by By Taylor Riley | Courtesy Photos