Friday, July 2, 2010

Harbor Island Kitchen Remodel, Tampa, Florida

The Kipnis kitchen remodel, on Harbor Island in Tampa, Florida, was a beautiful example of style that suits the home owner's personality.

The white oak cabinetry stained in "slate grey" is the perfect contrast to the white calcite countertops. We chose these tops because of their gorgeous grey linear movement; they perfectly set off the dark wood and pale glass.

The upper cabinets are fitted with 70 degree sand blasted glass. Each door opens vertically with Blum Aventos lift-up hinges.

The lower cabinets are fitted with stainless steel legs rather than toe kick. This gives the kitchen a modern furniture look and suits the home beautifully.

With a Viking wall-oven/microwave combo, gas range cooktop and hood, the stainless steel hardware completes the look.

Simple, modern, elegant.

Here is a testimonial from Nancy Kipnis:

After much research, we contracted Urban Kitchen and Bath to remodel our kitchen. Jered and his team were amazing to work with. He offered creative ideas, price options, kept on schedule and stuck to our budget. We love our fabulous new kitchen and look forward to spending time in it every day. We are now moving on to bathrooms and closets and look forward to working on yet another project with Urban Kitchen and Bath.

- Nancy Kipnis, Harbor Island Tampa, FL






photos by K&K Photography

4 comments:

  1. What a fantastic kitchen. It looks super functional without looking industrial or sterile. The counter tops are amazing and I love the cabinet paint color. Great job!

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  4. I have created kitchens in seven homes and used both custom cabinets with inset doors and full overlay doors. and sooo much more cost effective, that I have never regretted changing over.
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