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.
This 1980’s home goes contemporary with sophisticated twin sofas, bright red Italian leather recliners, porcelain “wood plank” tile floors and a fresh light gray, aqua, and red color scheme.
The smooth lines of the blue leather sofas contrast with the rough driftwood base of the coffee table. An oil painting of Delray’s north beach is by artist James Kerr.