Seaside Stylish

“In 2010, the kitchen is the heart of every home,” says Rebecca Brown, Design Manager for Classic Kitchens and Interiors of Hyannis, the kitchen design and installation company of choice for the highly regarded Cape Cod architecture and construction firm Polhemus Savery DaSilva (PSD). The firm’s President, Peter Polhemus, says “For more than ten years we have engaged Classic Kitchens and Interiors for the majority of our projects. They are our preferred kitchen company because they provide consistently high quality design, products, installation, and service. As a firm that insists on working with consultants that share our commitment to thoughtful design and well-crafted construction, we find the relationship with Classic serves both us and our clients very well.”

Greg Premru

Kitchen at Surfside, Nantucket:
Custom cabinetry built to fit under the eaves, rising to a cathedral ceiling with a center island and a separate bar. Manufacturer: Wood-Mode Design Group, 84 Embassy Recessed.
Special features:
Custom arched hood shell with starfish tile backsplash; appliance panels.
Countertops: Silestone Yellow Nile, leather finish
Appliances: Kitchenaid
Refrigerator (the eaves would not allow for a Sub-Zero built-in) with cabinetry panels; Wolf range and hood insert; Sub-Zero ice-maker with cabinetry panel; Sub-Zero #700 series refrigerator drawers with panels; Dacor microwave and warming oven with panel.

Rebecca Brown finds the relationship rewarding as well. She handles the majority of the design work for the high-end builders and homeowners who work with Classic, including PSD. “I have worked on kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and wine cellars for PSD projects for years and I have really enjoyed it. They design and build such beautiful homes and they are a pleasure to work with,” says Brown.

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Susan Dewey is the associate publisher and editor of Cape Cod LIFE, Cape Cod HOME, and Cape Cod ART. She lives in Centerville on Cape Cod and enjoys gardening, sailing, walking on the beach, gallery hopping, cooking with fresh seafood, and exploring Cape Cod and the Islands from shore to shore.

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