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Classic White Kitchen Layered with Texture and Style

Apr 8, 2022 | Carrie

glick-rotm-1Spring is a season for fresh starts and breathing new life into world. So, it couldn't be more fitting than to feature this Monville, NJ kitchen remodel in the month of April. Talk about a rebirth! We helped these homeowners turn their outdated kitchen into a brighter, more functional centerpiece by exploring new and custom options.

A drab to dynamic kitchen transformation ROTM_BA_April2022

Admittedly, words like "transformation" can be overused, but it's no exaggeration when it comes to this project. This featured remodel is a truly "stunning transformation." Even our own design and installation teams find it difficult to believe that the before pictures depict the same space as the after!

 We decided to incorporate a central island, giving the space a more open and modernized feel.

- Suzi Dia, Kitchen Magic Design Consultant

Starting fresh glick-rotm-7

The team here at Kitchen Magic like to advocate for cabinet refacing whenever possible, but this kitchen wasn't a good refacing candidate because the cabinet boxes were structurally unsound. So, these homeowners chose all new, and absolutely gorgeous, Antique White Statesman style cabinet doors with a beaded edge detail. Our Antique White is a warm, creamy tone that can help make any space feel fresh and more inviting.

Once the old cabinetry was removed, these homeowners really appreciated the additional available light in their kitchen. This inspired a very wise idea - to leave some of the upper cabinets out of their new design - replacing them with open shelves instead. Open shelving helps to visually open spaces and encourages more light to flow through the overall design.

Contrasting design elementsglick-rotm-8

Kitchen Magic installed natural wood open shelves to add some contrast and compliment the flooring, which was a big hit with these homeowners. An added bonus of open shelving is that it offers a place to display decorative items which can change with the whims of kitchen design trends or personal style.

Also worth noting is the upper cabinets were extended, allowing for the addition of beautiful crown molding to the ceiling line. In our opinion, crown molding always adds a little touch of luxury.

Kitchen Island vs. Peninsulaglick-rotm-4

The island vs peninsula debate continues, but in this case, the kitchen island won. Two of the most important considerations are usable kitchen square footage and the flow in the kitchen. Both were improved in this remodel by removing the existing peninsula countertop and installing an custom kitchen island.

The island offers dimensional interest and several customizations to improve storage and functionality, such as pot drawers, an inset microwave shelf for easier access, and an overhang for extra prep space, seating, entertaining and casual dining. Plus, the kitchen island directs traffic flow around the exterior of the kitchen, which keeps happy and unobstructed cooks in the interior.

No maintenance countertopsglick-rotm-6

To hold true to a neutral, all-white color palate, this New Jersey couple selected Viatera® quartz Viatera quartz countertops in Clarino. The look resembles a white marble with light cream veining for a seriously upscale look. For a little more contrast, and to match their new, stainless steel appliances, these homeowners selected a stainless steel double sink.

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The low-maintenance and antibacterial benefits of quartz combined with stainless steel ensures these homeowners will never need anything more than a sponge or soft rag and all-purpose cleaning spray to keep their kitchen surfaces clean and looking brand new.

A new perspective on subway tile

glick-rotm-5The homeowners worked carefully with Kitchen Magic design consultant Suzi Dia to make sure the words "all-white" did not translate into "boring." One way to accomplish this is adding textures and subtle patterns into the design mix. This gorgeous ceramic subway tile backsplash laid in a herringbone pattern gleams in abundant light. 

Textural elements like the stainless steel appliances and sink, natural wood open shelving and warm hardwood floors with visible grains all do their part to showcase this kitchen's new design.

Ready for a real kitchen transform, too?

Are you ready to explore your kitchen's hidden potential? Let the experts at Kitchen Magic help you create the kitchen of your dreams. Schedule a free design consultation with us and we'll bring our showroom to you! Give us a call at 800.272.5490 for more information.

 

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