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Subtle Gray and White Kitchen

Hearing ‘Florida condo’, you generally envision something in either coastal hues or vibrant tones instead of gray, but these clients wanted something subtle and neutral for their recent purchase.

It’s All Gotta Go

They sold the midwestern homestead, relocated to the sunshine state, and these clients were anxious for something different. The first-floor condo they purchased for their retirement was in desperate need of an update. Sporting the original décor from 40 years ago was cause for this condo to be taken down to the bare bones and a fresh coat of everything put in its place.

Neutral and Simple

The first thing decided on was neutral tones which were anchored by white shaker style kitchen cabinets and a graywash, embossed vinyl plank floor throughout the unit. Being a modest condo, the clients settled on the value-conscious, Stressless Cabinetry line. The Retreat door style and Jasmine White paint created the pillar on which to build our understated palette. Pairing Bianco Sardos granite allowed the clients to best extend their budget and deliver the durability of stone counters that was important to them at the same time. After all, the speckled black, white, and gray markings added a second layer on our growing gray motif.

Gray All the Way

A suite of GE appliances in black stainless steel, multi-colored glass backsplash tile, and 2 different tones of paint rounded out our color wheel. Using a multi-tonal backsplash tile helped create the focal point by virtue of the variety of colors found within it. Unfortunately, the first-floor condo required the retention of the existing soffits to hide necessary mechanical attributes. Selecting a darker gray accent sets off the coffered ceiling while giving it some purpose.

It Was All Worth It

I believe if you ask the clients about things they would do differently, the only change they would make is to not occupy the space while a full condo renovation was going on. In the end though, they thought it was all worth it. Have a look: Cabinetry: Stressless Cabinetry Doorstyle: Retreat Wood Specie: Maple Finish: Jasmine White Paint Countertops: Bianco Sardos granite Remodeling Partners: Fred H. Bey, Inc. (general contractor) Wade’s Carpet & Interiors (flooring and backsplash) Rice’s Appliances