Located in Fullerton, the owners of this home felt like the former kitchen design simply wasn’t suitable to their needs or their lifestyle. They enjoy frequently entertaining friends and family, and yet their original kitchen was tiny and very closed off from the rest of the house.
The APlus team came in and worked with Seohui and his family to design a functional space with a layout that would work well for their lifestyle. A big part of the redesign of this kitchen included the removal of a wall separating the kitchen and the living area. This not only opened up the kitchen and created the opportunity to design a long bar, but it also integrated an open-concept floorplan that’s ideal for entertaining.
The design aesthetic of this Fullerton kitchen can best be described as transitional, with custom APlus cabinetry featuring a white finish and brushed nickel hardware. A subway tile backsplash continues the fresh transitional style of the kitchen, and there are high-end additions including a stainless steel range hood. The countertop is off-white Quartz, and the flooring is light wood planks.