Who doesn’t LOVE a Before and After reveal? I know that’s always one of my favorites!

In this kitchen renovation project, we did not need to reconfigure the layout. It was a very functional space from the beginning, just dated and dark. We did take out this one wall on the right that was not serving any purpose, and it now looks much better. Don’t you think? Let us know in the comments!

This is the rendering we presented client – We presented horizontal cabinets that open up and two-tone cabinets, dark hardware and fixtures. Finally, we wanted to make a real statement with this incredible hexagon tile and it was a GO!   

Custom Banquette in Teal Faux leather vinyl brings a rich pop of color keeping it sophisticated and easy maintenance for a family with little ones. 

Some of my favorite details in this reno:

Dark Blanco Sink

This sink coordinates with the Black Matte Brizo Faucet and it’s a great contrast with the countertops. 

Geometric Tile

Another favorite of this Kitchen renovation was the TILE… This Gorgeous Geometric tile not only is dimensional, it is iridescent creating movement and depth.  It’s a beautiful compliment to this Brizo Matte Black Faucet with Knurl brass handle.

Horizontal Cabinetry

Horizontal Cabinet that open up have a Cool Horizontal Ribbed frosted Glass adding yet another layer of Texture and pattern to the Kitchen.

Honestly, I LOVE everything about this Kitchen we did. Even the dark outlets is a little simple detail that make all the difference.

Every drawer was maximized, even top little drawers under sink where you normally leave blank, tilt down for a little storage.

We LOVED working on this Kitchen renovation. Clients were not afraid of high contrast and it made all the difference in this design.  It’s fun and unexpected.  

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