Long Traditional Kitchen
The gray, blue and white color scheme offers a timeless design that will look great for many years to come. This remodeled galley kitchen features glass subway wall tile, an articulating recessed television above the refrigerator, an in-wall recessed refrigerator, frameless custom cabinetry, a wine bar and refrigerator, wine storage rack, a farm house/apron sink, quartz countertops, brushed nickel hardware, and under cabinet LED lighting and outlets. The hidden outlets prevent the backsplash from looking cluttered. The mosaic tile at the wine bar is a reminder to the owners of their first trip to California and the central coast. The horizontal slate colored porcelain tile works well with the original oak flooring and helps the space feel wider. The original cabinets were removed and donated to the Habitat for Humanity store for reuse and the owner received a donation tax credit. Located in Belmont Heights, Long Beach, CA.