Before our full-scale kitchen remodel in this Huntington Beach home, visitors were greeted by a kitchen with bland, builder-grade cabinets, an outdated recessed ceiling, and a general feeling of a room that felt closed off, with a challenging layout.
Now what you’ll see is high-end white cabinetry that has a timeless feeling, and also feels fresh and airy. There are two primary sections in this kitchen, offering an abundance of space. In the first, the cabinets are accented with contrasting hardware, and a large island sits centrally in the kitchen, offering seating and prep space. The base of the custom island is a dark espresso color, adding visual interest thanks to the comparison with the light cabinets of the kitchen’s perimeter. During the design of the high-end cabinets, our team included glass inset details on some for decorative display. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors bring in plenty of natural light, and set against the back wall of the kitchen is a separate bar area and sink.
The second area of the kitchen includes a professional range, another island, and a deep farmhouse sink. An ornate range hood floats above the range, and a mosaic tile design integrates visual interest. The entire design is tied together with the integration of Thermador stainless steel appliances.