When you’re surrounded by the glassy waters, constant sea breeze, and lush palms of Indialantic, it’s hard not to want to bring some of that beauty indoors. But the existing bamboo cabinetry, too-small tile, and pastel walls in this seaside oasis weren’t exactly screaming “inviting.”
To help reinvigorate this out-of-place kitchen with a more coastal charm, we started with a proper fitting color palette. We took inspiration from the natural hues of the surrounding area, choosing shades of navy, soothing neutrals, and driftwood to create a calming and serene space.
A touch of modern flair was also added with Dacor stainless steel appliances and sleek quartz countertops. The home’s spacious first floor layout was redesigned to introduce more counterspace and a better workflow—no more bumping into dad to get to the fridge while he’s cooking!
This project was purchased in 2021 and completed in 2022.
The kitchen phase, complete with new doors, paint, and casework throughout the first floor, sold at $125,000 in July of 2021.
The function and aesthetic of this remodel were dramatically increased through…