T hey say the kitchen is the heart of the home. That no doubt rings true about the kitchen of Paducah residents Warren and Toni Hatton.
Immediately noticeable as you walk into the open-concept living area of the recently built bungalow in Paducah's LowerTown, the Hatton kitchen, while minimalistic in its style, is equally posh in appearance.
Its white Shaker cabinets contrast well with the dark gray quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances, including a stainless apron front sink.
At the center of the room is a large island. Its base is done in a light gray wood and is a distinct difference from the white color of the other cabinetry, but very fitting for the black, white and gray color palette of the home's interior.
While she hasn't done a lot of cooking in the new kitchen yet, Toni says she is loving the space and is excited to be able to cook on a gas stove for the first time.
Toni says while her previous home had lots of color, this time around she wanted a simpler color scheme.
"I love the way white, black and gray looks with dark floors. It's a simple and clean look that won't go out of style," says Toni.
True indeed! n
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