Built in 1980 in Carmel’s Cedar Point neighborhood, this home’s original kitchen was ready for a remodel to improve form, function and flow.
- The existing peninsula was removed to improve flow and infuse the space with light.
- An island was added to increase functionality for the homeowner, an avid baker.
- Caesarstone Misty Carrara countertops were used on the perimeter cabinets and Bianco Paradiso granite was used to accent the island.
- White upper cabinets combined with a light backsplash resulted in an airy and open feel, while base cabinets in a warmer wood tone help to ground the space.