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Hill Country meets the Southwest

Cody and Cat Hanna wanted a different look in their North Albuquerque Acres home, evident in their Hill Country-flavored kitchen. “We were excited to bring a new aesthetic to the Southwest,” says Cat, adding that they were aiming for a warm, inviting feel. The modern farmhouse kitchen, x-panel cabinets and all, is complete with a full wet bar, a pantry to combat clutter and a countertop coffee bar. Working with Marc Sowers of Bespoke Woodwork, the Hannas opted for two salamander green islands topped with Cambria quartz, increasing the workspace and storage capacity of the kitchen. Brushed nickel and vintage gold cabinet pulls bring a refined touch to the space. Ambient lighting helps set the mood when the Hannas entertain. The space was so well-thought-out that Cat says this one inspired her culinary side. “It wasn’t until this kitchen that I started to cook more, and it’s great to have a kitchen that supports that creativity that I didn’t have before.”

Builder: John Mechenbier; Architect: Jim Beverly; Cabinets and Cambria Hood: Bespoke Woodwork; Appliances & Fixtures: Ferguson; Backsplash: Architectural Surfaces, Inc.; Countertops: United Stoneworks