You may remember several months ago we featured a master bath with soft blue glass tiles, and then later we showed you the master bedroom and guest bedroom of the same house. Well, now the kitchen remodel and the guest bath remodel are complete, and we want to share the finished product with you.
Previously the kitchen had been dated with old cabinets, light fixtures, and tile counter top. It felt dark and confined. The floor had been Cuban tile, which is very popular in Key West, but it just didn't go with the changes the homeowners had made in the rest of the house. The kitchen was completely gutted, new tongue in groove beadboard replaced the damaged wood on the walls and ceiling, and only the floor plan remained.
We specified the cabinets to be a combination flat panel shaker style and beadboard to mimic the beadboard on the walls and ceiling. And we love the light fixtures that look like softly rounded river rocks...they pair wonderfully with the beautiful honed granite counter top. The light cabinets with glass doors definitely lightened and brightened the space.
Moving on to the guest bath...
We wanted to continue the pretty French apartment theme that inspired our redo of the guest bedroom in the adjacent bath.
Remember the pretty feminine bedroom in classic blue and yellow?
We continued those shades in the guest bath. It is a tiny space, but we think you can get a good feel of the room from the photos.
We love the classic claw foot tub, and it was in great shape, so we just changed the faucet and painted the exterior of the tub the same soft blue as the walls.
We have been so happy with the way every aspect of this project has unfolded. Believe it or not, we still have more to do and we'll continue to share the progress with you.