Light and dark, sleek yet cozy – all this plus subtle patterns and movement are present in this well executed kitchen remodel by New Leaf Cabinets & Countertops. An open concept floorplan was created by removing a wall, and dark wood flooring throughout allows the spaces to flow together. Custom white shaker cabinets provide plentiful storage including a spice rack, tray divider, trash cans, and pull out shelves. Dark cabinet and drawer pulls tie in the Java Noir 3cm PentalQuartz countertops, a rich swirl of black and brown with light veining. As the homeowner is also a chef, the focus was a countertop with stain resistance and durability. The strength of the material also allows for an overhang on the island for plenty of seating. A delicate tile backsplash combines cream, white, tan, and brown shades, while a white apron-front farmhouse style sink and stainless steel appliances seamlessly blend old and new styles. Finally, a large wood beam in the ceiling adds warmth while providing a slight separation between kitchen and living room.
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