The title of this post isn't a joke (Dr. Pepper Kitchen), this really is Dr. Pepper's kitchen...Dr. Ellendee Pepper of Seattle.
Somehow this kitchen pulls modern and traditional together seamlessly. I love the stainless steel accent around the countertops, love the dark wood, but what really pleases me are the upper cabinets. I ran across this kitchen on Elle Decor's website, and in the article they say that the kitchen has a low ceiling. I think the unobtrusive, glass-doored uppers are perfect for opening up the room, keeping it light up top and they almost give the impression of windows.
What do you think? Is there anything you'd change?
If you'd like us to design a kitchen like this for you, just let us know!