From Tuscan to Transitional: A Palm Aire Sarasota Kitchen 2-Phase Transformation

From Tuscan to Transitional: A Palm Aire Sarasota Kitchen 2-Phase Transformation

Check out the 3-photo evolution of a dramatic yet affordable update to a home chef’s kitchen that we were blessed to redesign.

Our lovely client’s kitchen had good bones which meant that the cabinets themselves didn’t need replacing. However the colors and finishes, lighting and countertops, backsplash, accessories and seating needed some serious updating.

We got right to work! Gone were the dated Italianate sponged walls and maroon wallpaper border, replaced with a cool silver-toned paint. The cabinets transitioned from cream color to a clean white, and the floral patterned seating was replaced by updated swivel leather bar stools.

Four well needed mercury glass pendant lights were added over the peninsula, (so many homes are missing over-sink and good peninsula lighting) and updated wall art and countertop utilitarian curated accessories completed the first phase.

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Finally white wobbly ceramic backsplash tile and gorgeous grey patterned quartz countertops replaced the vintage polymer countertop/backsplash combo, with more of an extension over the peninsula for roomier bar-height dining. A new sink and faucet replacement was the final and dramatic completion of our lovely client’s chef’s kitchen redesign.

Ready to finally have the kitchen of your dreams?