Little things mean a lot

A sleek kitchen remodel with features that the entire family loves

A pair of pillars offering visual separation from the living room and kitchen was removed to create the flowing, open-concept floor plan.

The custom range hood is made of hot rolled steel and was positioned above a glass backsplash that reflects the backyard pool.

A bi-fold door opens to provide access to the coffee bar, which features a finished cabinet panel and a quartz countertop for easy cleanup.

The laminate cabinets from Crystal Cabinet Works feature a vertical wood grain design with a textured matte finish in dark and lighter gray tones.

The home’s original cabinetry along the exterior wall was removed to make way for a series of floor-to-ceiling windows that provide a view of the pool.

Wood is also an important element in the kitchen, seen in the engineered hardwood flooring and the ebony-stained natural cherry framing built around the perimeter cabinetry.

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