Sarasota Heights Kitchen Remodel

Uncommon for the kitchens we remodel, this kitchen in this Sarasota Heights home already sat nestled in an open floor open. Typically, the open floor layout is the goal of the kitchens we remodel. We’re usually tearing down walls and reconfiguring spaces to open up the kitchen space into the living or dining room. With this specific project, it was basically an updating in place remodel. The exception was the addition of more cabinetry and appliances on a previously blank wall.

We updated the cabinetry with Cabico Custom Cabinetry, specifically their Unique Series. The cabinets on the perimeter of the space, which include the new profile fridge and wine cooler, have a white Regola Gloss finish. The cabinetry making up the center island has a brown-tone Maria Gloss finish.

Perusing through the cabinetry, you’ll find new spice pullouts, utensil pullouts, adjustable utensil drawers, tiered silverware inserts, and trash pullouts. There are so many more storage options now than before where there was just the one wall of cabinets.

Dark gray veining against a bright, white background to match the white cabinets make up the quartz countertops. Adding to this Greylac quartz on the island is an accent top jutting out from one end that is a gray stone piece called Marengo.

The backsplash consists of Steel Gray mosaic tiles. These lighter tones and finishes definitely help to make the already open kitchen feel much more open and comfortable.

Finally, rounding out this Sarasota Heights kitchen remodel is the frosted glass that came with some of the upper cabinets and the island cabinets, along with two new bi-fold doors.