The Ramos Construction team has recently wrapped up this stunning kitchen renovation and bathroom renovation at the iconic Bayshore Diplomat. The Bayshore Diplomat was built in 1974 and the kitchen and bathroom were very outdated.
The client envisioned a more open, elegant space with a neutral color palette.
The kitchen was separated from the living area by a wall. The Ramos design team recommended to remove the wall to create an open layout, allowing the kitchen to flow seamlessly to the living area. The wall removal also allowed for more natural light to brighten up the kitchen.
The kitchen design features shaker cabinets that flow all the way up to the ceiling with top glass doors for display. White top cabinets are paired with soft gray bottom cabinets. The cabinets are complemented with a simple white countertop, white zellige style backsplash and gray patterned floor tile.
The color palette in the kitchen flows to the bathroom renovation. The bathroom was very closed off, with a full wall separating the tub area from the vanity area. The Ramos team removed the full wall and the tub to create more open space and make the area feel larger.
Everyone knows that the kitchen is the center of almost every home and the homeowner loves the new openness and sophisticated look that the Ramos team achieved.
If your kitchen needs an update, don’t be overwhelmed by the thought of a kitchen renovation. Contact us today for a free consultation.