When materials are the key to a kitchen renovation

Jun 6, 2015


Kitchens are one of those areas around our home where we spend most of our time. Of course it's the place where we cook, but also where the kids make their homework, where we gather around with friends or even an improvise office. My clients used this space for all that and more and when I was approached by them to remake this area, I decided that the key to the change they were looking for was based on the selection of materials.


During the long process of space distribution, demolition of existent cabinetry, etc my client and I had the opportunity to select the materials and finishes of the entire space; floors were going to be in a sand colored marble, counter tops in Macchiato quartz and on the island counter top a quartzite. After the installation of all the parts (and the opening of new windows) the space seemed bigger and brighter.


This space achieved an elegant final look with the selection of the right accessories in combination with the materials used. I already asked my client to rent me a little spot in her brand new kitchen!


Sometimes you don't need extreme changes to make a big impact. By adding accessories and a coat of paint you can make a huge difference in your space. What new projects you are tackling during this Summer?


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6 comments :

  1. I love the breakfast table! It is so pretty!

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    1. Thank you so much Kim. The stone used is my favorite part of this kitchen.

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  2. This is such an incredible remodel! Incredible choices which makes quite a difference from the standard kitchen design! Bravo, Gloribell!

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    1. Thanks Janine! And how great to see you here. Hope you have a great day!

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  3. Are you able to share where the sofa is from ? I love it !

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    1. Hello! The sofa is from El Dorado in Miami. Hope this helps.

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