One of the more challenging aspects of remodel work lies in creating a new space that appears as if it had always been part of the existing space. When we work in older homes, this can be especially difficult when designing around existing structural elements.
This proved notably true for our Spotted Fawn kitchen remodel, where we had to find the ideal mix of form and function when removing walls and reworking the soffit.
While nearly impossible to choose a favorite feature of this beautiful remodel, the oversized central island certainly stands as an anchoring focal point.
With seating for four, multi-sided storage, and its vast expanse of clean white quartz, it’s bound to be a gathering place for generations to come.
Understated yet elegant Superior line of cabinetry surrounds the kitchen in radiant warmth with Black Walnut cabinets finished in Spice.
The rich wood grain shows to best advantage in both the flat-paneled Vienna Slab style door (uppers) and lower all-panel doors and drawers.
A sleek stainless range hood watches over the induction cooktop—complimented by other high-end stainless appliances and handsome brushed nickel cabinet pulls throughout.
Elongated matte white textural subway tile provides the perfect contrast to the rich brown of the cabinetry, lending a fresh vibe to the space.
With a wall now gone, cabinets can wrap around and spill into the adjoining family room, marrying the two spaces harmoniously. A built-in bar with glass-fronted uppers is perfect for entertaining.
A recessed niche in a facing wall holds the ideal spot for display shelves and storage cabinets.
At Caruso Kitchens we work with you to discuss design preferences, budget priorities, and scheduling concerns. With a showroom of over 5,000 sq. ft. filled with inspiration, you can see, touch, and experience first-hand the cabinets, counter tops, and appliances that will go into your home. Our team of designers would love to work with you through every step of your home renovation! Contact us to schedule a free design consultation.