This is a large client kitchen with a twist – two toned cabinets. The homeowner has amazing taste, and has made changes to their home over the five years that they’ve lived there. The cabinets are another step in the process to the finished product. They already replaced the countertops and floors, and a new backsplash and cabinet hardware are in the works as well. I came in and painted the cabinets. The upper cabinets in Repose Gray and the lower cabinets in Gauntlet Gray (Sherwin Williams colors).
As you can see, the kitchen is beautiful already, but they aren’t in keeping with her style, and they showed every speck of dust.
She has slowly been making over their home, putting her own stamp on it. As you can see through the kitchen in the photo below, there is a stunning built-in that they added, which is the same darker gray color that we used on the cabinets.
The countertops and the flooring were also replaced. The countertops are a gorgeous white and gray quartz.
They also have this lovely “drop zone” with glass cabinetry for display, and loads of addition storage. Let me just say, I want one of these.
For colors, the homeowner chose Repose Gray and Gauntlet Gray – both of them Sherwin Williams colors (color matched for Benjamin Moore’s Advance paint).
The result is stunning.
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