Designing a new staircase to connect all three levels freed up space for this kitchen. Before, my client had to squeeze through a narrow opening in the corner of the kitchen to access an equally narrow stair to the basement. In the process of evaluating the space we discovered there was no foundation under the kitchen walls! Noticing that the entry to their home was little used--everyone came right in to the kitchen--gave me the idea that we could connect the kitchen to the entry and convert it into a pantry! Hence, the white painted brick--that wall was formerly an exterior wall.
Wall hung cabinetry is absent in this Mexican kitchen. The irredescent backsplash tile is highlighted by the Honduran Mahogany base cabinets and caesarstone countertops. A contemporary kitchen with Mexican charm.
This condominium in Islamorada, Florida was completely transformed with custom window treatments, remodeled kitchen and bathrooms, coffered ceilings, beautiful lighting, cozy furniture, and gorgeous flooring.
Deanna Jorgenson Photography
The Fernandez kitchen is done in Cambria Kelvingrove. It has a warm tropical feeling to the stone with it's wonderful bluegreen and taupe colors. The sink in a Blanco Siligranit Precis super single composite sink in the color Truffle. Countertops were fabricated and installed by Counterparts Inc. from Savannah GA.