32 – Covina – Kitchen & Fireplace Remodel
The design of this chic Covina kitchen shows just how effectively dark colors and a mixture of patterns can be in making a small space feel larger. Narrow wood-plank flooring was installed in a golden brown hue, providing a warm foundation to build upon. Our team next set on to constructing custom cabinets that would make the most use of the space available, while still looking sleek. We built them according to a new L-shaped layout with an island that doubles as a bar. The black, recessed panel, shaker style doors, frosted glass square insets, and simple cylindrical silver pull-handles cultivate a minimalistic ambiance that is quite fitting for the new transitional theme. By adding stainless steel appliances to the kitchen, this theme was strengthened all the more.
The available wall space between the upper cabinets and the counters was covered with a full-height tile backsplash, composed of petite square mosaic tiles in a range of light and dark warm tones. The speckled texture matches closely with that of the sandy-hued granite countertops that feature straight edges. In the living room area, we echoed the patterns found in the kitchen by using similar materials for the fireplace. Beneath an angular wooden mantle shelf, we applied a square mosaic tile backsplash in metallic copper and cream tones, bringing radiance and understated style to the space. Contact our interior design team today if you’d like to find out how our contractors can help you with your own Orange County home remodel.