Holland’s Custom Cabinets built, designed, manufactured, and installed cabinets for these homeowners more than 20 years ago, so when they decided to extensively remodel another home they purchased, they turned to us again to create an open, bright design with cabinetry that provided both function and form.
These clients also happen to split their time between southern California and Arizona, so they were looking for someone they could trust to manage the project and keep it moving forward regardless of what state they were in or whether they were at home.
To reflect their changing tastes, the homeowners opted for a new design featuring painted cabinets that were predominantly white with color accents. For the cabinet doors, the homeowners desired a contemporary, minimalistic look with just a little detail, so we went with Sheffield doors and flush inset mounting.
The clients also wanted modern storage solutions, which we incorporated in the form of rollout shelving, oversized drawers with full-extension soft-close guides, soft-close door hinges, and premium pullout trash cans.
Holland’s also built a custom, enclosed wooden range hood to complement the surrounding kitchen cabinets. In one bathroom, we crafted a wall-hung cabinet that appears to be floating to distinguish it from others, while we tailor made that same cabinet’s drawers to accommodate bathroom plumbing.
The kitchen and its large floorplan checks all the boxes for this stunning whole-house renovation. The cabinets are flush inset with Sheffield doors. This method of construction is often seen in homes with Craftsman-inspired architecture, offering just the right amount of detail with a clean, not-too-busy look.
The counter to the left of the 48-inch built-in refrigerator functions as a serving area for those enjoying a meal at the nearby table.
Large drawers provide ample storage for serving utensils, place mats, and other kitchenware, while the island cabinet features accent-colored doors, extra seating ideal for entertaining, a built-in oven, and doors that open on the back of island to optimize access to the storage space.
By design, the bathroom cabinetry carries through the look and feel of the kitchen cabinets, with subtle, distinctive differences.
The master bath features a custom-built center tower that sits on the counter, matching mirror frames, his and hers sinks, and lots of storage throughout.
In one of the powder rooms, where we used the accent color from the kitchen as the primary cabinet color, we added a large, lower drawer to the sink base cabinet for easy-access storage.
In another bath, we utilized a floating, wall-hung cabinet with drawers that were notched around the underlying plumbing to maximize the space.