Flashback Friday Feature

As a kitchen design firm, we love transforming spaces to fit our clients’ styles and needs. Plus, it makes our job that much easier when a client knows precisely what they want, and how they want it. That’s just the case for this kitchen! We began with discussing layout and functionality, new appliances, and new color palette. The original kitchen was dark with deep orange tones in both the flooring and cabinetry, making for a very orange space. It was also not very functional and was in need of some much needed TLC. So, working with the design, we were able to give this space a brand new look and much better functionality for a growing family. So, check out what the space looked like before (below) and read on to learn about what we did!


With this particular project we did a combination of refinishing and installing of new cabinetry. We refinished the perimeter cabinetry with white paint, and the island received new cabinetry from WWWoods, in a Heritage door style, and a finish of Dovetail Gray.


The countertops feature s 3cm a White Cliff Cambria Quartz on perimeter kitchen countertops, and a 3cm Brittanicca Cambria Quartz on the island. If you ask us, it’s a beautiful combination!


The backsplash includes a Daltile 3×6 Rittenhouse Square in Desert Gray as the main tile, a Daltile 1 x 1 random Carrara White Marble (M701) in picture frame behind sink, and lastly, a Daltile Carrera White Polished ¾”x12 Pencil liner to create picture frame. For flooring, in a herringbone pattern, we have a 8×32 Aequa Cirrus from Arizona Tile.


From Blanco, we have a Quartus Undermount super single Bowl sink, and a Culina Semi-Pro in Satin Nickel.

Check in with us next month for our next feature! If you missed the last one, you can find it here!