Full service kitchen design and remodeling
Style: Mid-Century Modern
At our Casa Grande project, we remodeled the kitchen, master bathroom, and guest bathroom. We also replaced all the flooring throughout the entire house to complete this project. This project went from dark and dreary to open and radiant.
The kitchen layout stayed closely to the same as before but had some deliberate changes. The first change was to open the kitchen to create a peninsula that brought in more natural light into the space and added additional seating. The refrigerator moved over by the sink and by adding paneling, it created a more built-in look. For the cabinetry, we used a flat panel wood door and drawer style to help continue the mid-century modern look. The backsplash is a fun geometric pattern with grout to match the cabinets so that the shape would stand out. By adding white quartz countertops, matte black hardware, and floating shelves, this kitchen really became a focal point for the house.
In the master and guest bathroom, our clients decided to go with flat panel floating vanities and added full backsplash to compliment the kitchen. The master bathroom used the same neutral chevron pattern from the backsplash as accents in the shower and niches. That same idea was used in the guest bathroom, where textured bubble tile was used for the shower and vanity walls. With adding LED mirrors and strip lighting under the floating vanities, both bathrooms turned from closed off to vibrant and spacious.
For this project, flooring was a must. Before, there was tile in the front half of the house, wood look flooring in the back half, and dated carpet in the bedrooms. The new flooring is a warm luxury vinyl, which brought this project to completion and turned this house into a mid-century modern dream.