Despite kitchen remodels trending toward having more colorful cabinets, daring hues, and bold backsplashes, there will always be a place for the minimalist white kitchen design. That’s exactly the kind of kitchen these Parrish homeowners wanted us to design for their Rive Isle kitchen remodel.
This kitchen transformation depicts a mostly white space with extra touches of luxury with chocolate and coffee finishes compared to the original kitchen of dark wood cabinets.
This kitchen was an updating in place project. The cabinetry making up the perimeter of the space is Cabico Cabinetry, more specifically their Unique Series. These off-white cabinets have a pure white lacquer finish with custom end panels.
The cabinetry making up the kitchen island are the same Cabico cabinets but with a cherry chocolate finish. You’ll find pull outs, spice pull outs, double trash drawers, touch latch hardware, and custom panels here. The kitchen is dotted with brushed stain nickel hardware.
The wine cabinet is Elmwood Custom Cabinetry in a coffee finish. The countertops throughout are a natural stone quartz called Calacatta Lavasa. It features a breathtaking warm white background with short brown veins intermingled with long diagonal veins for a modern look. The full-height backsplash is also made up of the same Calacatta Lavasa quartz.
The upper cabinets were installed with seedy glass. Lastly, we reconfigured the framework of the peninsula, taking it from a 42-inch height to countertop level at 36 inches.
Even though homeowners are going all out when it comes to color, it’s still refreshing to see white take center stage in a new kitchen. White will always remain a classic kitchen color.