Keith spent a over a year remodeling his 1959 Mid-Century home in Palm Springs. A big part of the remodel was completely gutting and transforming the 1980s kitchen. The result? A gourmet kitchen with all the bells and whistles:
So stunning, right? Here's what Keith says about his home, and the incredible kitchen redesign:
We recently renovated and installed a new kitchen in a Palm Springs Mid-century home. The 1959 home was bought from the original owners and had been neglected over the years. We spent over a year remodeling and renovating the entire house, ending up with a stunning 6 bedroom, 5 bath home. (We also offer the house as a vacation rental and it's been very, very popular.)
We ripped out the existing 1980s kitchen and installed a new gourmet kitchen with ebony macassar and white lacquer cabinets, Carrara marble counters, terrazzo floors and Viking/Bosch appliances. We created working zones for prep, cook and clean, while dual sinks and dual dishwashers make cooking and clean-up a snap!
The cabinets were ready-to-assemble that we bought online and had shipped to the house. This saved us a ton of money while still giving a custom look. We used mirror back splash to bounce light and visually expand the space, and put LED strip lighting under cabinets, in the soffit and over the island.
Thanks for sharing, Keith!
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(Images: Keith of PS Mid-Century)