Where there was once an outdated kitchen with builder-grade medium-tone wood cabinets and a lack of visual interest, there is now a luxurious, classic and timeless transitional kitchen in this Coto De Caza home.
The kitchen remodel required a full demolition process to open up the space, make room for the custom cabinetry and to include elements like the contrasting island. The final result is a bright, airy kitchen design with a richly-colored, sophisticated island featuring custom woodwork topped by a light, natural stone countertop. The homeowners of this Orange County property selected a Tuscan doorframe for their cabinetry, constructed of maple in an off-white base with a custom glaze. There are intricately crafted details found throughout the high-end cabinets. The look of this luxury transitional Coto De Caza kitchen was completed with top-of-the-line Thermador appliances.
Also included as part of this home remodeling project was the construction of a built-in dining room buffet in a decadent dark wood with carved details and recessed lights as well as a coordinating wine storage and bar center.