Great Space To Create, Cook And Entertain

DaytonBirch SableOtto MFt Lauderdale, Florida

When we moved into our new home built in the 1960s with a kitchen that was last remodeled in the 80s, I knew that this boring and non-functional kitchen would never motivate me to share my passion for cooking. Due to the size and location of the kitchen, my goal was to keep the same layout and bring color, functionality and durability so that I would again be motivated to cook for my family. Sammi from CliqStudios was a great help answering all my questions. The website helped me understand the choices available according to my vision and my budget. The blogs had lots of tips to avoid costly mistakes. Once the designer sent me the first rendering, I was able to visualize my own design concept. Based on the position and width of cabinets above the stove, I created a visual continuity with different materials on the floor, the wall and the ceiling. The dark wood cabinets and white quartz countertop serve as the perfect backdrop for this visual sequence. I also added three different lighting fixtures which are individually controlled to set different moods in the kitchen. Using a 30″ wall cabinet and the left over quartz from our countertop, I built a rolling mini island which holds all my cooking books, giving me also extra counter space. Now I have a great space to create, cook and entertain.

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Ft Lauderdale kitchen renovation features CliqStudios Dayton Birch Sable cabinets

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