Minimalist modern kitchenadmin
This was a budget project. One of the challenges was to create a beautiful and functional kitchen without breaking the bank. We continued the back splash tile on the entire wall to create a flow without chopping up the space. Wood melamine was used on lower cabinets as well as tall cabinets which helped us keep the cost down while increasing durability. The upper cabinets are painted white.
In the new kitchen, a 14-foot counter that houses the sink and dishwasher separates the kitchen and dining area. The stainless steel refrigerator and gas range share a wall. “One of the main challenges was to create a beautiful and functional kitchen without breaking the bank,” Lazanik says. Wood melamine was used for the lower cabinets and the taller cabinets surrounding the refrigerator. The upper cabinets are painted white to break up the look. Large-format porcelain tile measuring 8 by 36 inches covers the back wall. The countertops are Urban Safari quartz by Caesarstone.
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