Contemporary, white acrylic upper kitchen cabinets combine with espresso wood lower cabinets for a fresh look in this renovated 1980’s home. The glass backsplash tile mimics the gleaming inside of an abalone shell for a coastal touch. Counters are quartz with subtle marble-like veining. Flooring is porcelain tile to look like wood planks. Sophisticated lighting in the dining room supplies a casual, elegant look.
At bar height, the kitchen island helps to separate kitchen and living space in a large open room. White glass cylinder fixtures hang above the bar suspended from a high ceiling.
Removal of a kitchen wall opens the space for additional cabinetry and an expanded bar. White Shaker cabinets are the new standard for coastal kitchens. Counters are easy-care white quartz. Green glass backsplash connects with the lush landscape outside.
The bar area with a built-in beverage cooler has clear glass upper cabinets with lighting. Original terrazzo flooring from the 1960’s villa was restored. Picnic-style dining table is perfect for vacation-minded meals.
New kitchen layout wraps the cabinets around a corner for a more open feeling and additional storage.
Style meets function in a stainless farmhouse sink which sits neatly in a quartz countertop.
This bar was updated with a built-in wine cooler, a multi-colored granite counter, blue glass tile and lighted glass cabinets.
A new kitchen cabinet layout for this efficiency kitchen left space for a breakfast bar. The floating granite countertop is supported by a Shaker-style end panel.
Coastal style elements are white Shaker cabinets, light blue glass backsplash tile, granite counter and porcelain tile floors for this efficient, easy-care kitchen.
White Shaker style custom-built cabinets were designed to take advantage of the high ceilings in this renovated 1990’s residence. Espresso cabinets form a large island with counter dining adjacent to the living room area.
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