2019 Symphony of Kitchens

The 10th annual Augusta Symphony Guild’s Symphony of Kitchens Tour will be held on Saturday, March 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year’s tour will feature six homes and one professional kitchen, all located in the Summerville area. The annual tour is just one of the ways the Augusta Symphony Guild supports the Augusta Symphony. Take a sneak peak of this year’s tour, but to see just how fabulous these kitchens are, you’ll have to take the tour.

For more details and ticket information visit SOAugusta.org or by calling 706.826.4705.


1020 Highland Avenue

Built in 1929, the kitchen underwent a remodel in 2018. The goal of the remodel was to create a more modern and functional kitchen. The classic light gray walls give an open and airy feel to the space. A peek into the homeowner’s cookbook nook shows an interest in local titles.


3404 Walton Way

The newly constructed contemporary home has a simplistically modern kitchen to match. The soapstone countertops and blacksplashes pairs perfectly with the custom-stained walnut cabinetry. The outdoor kitchen is not to be overlooked with stainless steel appliances, limestone cabinet bases, a built-in Blaze charcoal grill and spacious seating area.


2401 Walton Way

A love of French Country has greatly influenced the design and style of this kitchen. The home has a more feminine feel with pops of pink and green through the living spaces. The dark wood shelves in the bar nook were custom-made with a unique scalloped edge. The dark countertops contrasts with the light countertops in the adjacent kitchen.


2708 Wheeler Road

Built in 1906, this kitchen has been remodeled and now serves as a studiokitchen for a syndicated cooking show. Featuring Subzero and Wolf appliances, the space is also used for adult and children’s cooking classes throughout the year. A built-in workstation, complete with overhead bookcase and a hinged, expandable worktop, offers easy access to favorite cookbooks.


2405 Walton Way

Reclaimed heart of pine flooring and oak beams provide a warmth and richness to this white traditional kitchen. The stained cabinets in the adjoining wet bar are the perfect complement to both the kitchen and dining room.


2407 Walton Way

This transitional style kitchen, built in 2017,  has painted white maple cabinets, accented with gold brushed hardware and white quartz countertops. The dark floors, furniture and island offset the bright, white kitchen. Located just off the kitchen, the dining room table is furnished with a turquiose tablecloth and napkins to offer some accent color.


815 Dogwood Lane

The traditional style kitchen in this home, which was remodeled in 2015, has expansive marble countertops, stainless steel appliances, coffered ceilings and salvaged heart of pine floors. The  butler’s pantry provides a glimpse at the homeowner’s taste in crystal, silver and live greenery.


Photos provided by Amy J. Owen


Article appears in the February/March 2019 issue of Augusta Magazine.

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