I absolutely freaking LOVE this kitchen transformation that Ruben of Errez Design sent us (which Jo eluded to in a post she did of some of his projects back in September). In Ruben’s words: “I wanted to share with you some images of a kitchen renovation we just completed in a 1925 Coral Gables cottage. This project is a blast of color and pattern used in a fresh modern way. We used a patchwork of vintage hand made Cuban cement tiles in a variety of patterns and colors. There is also a wall of floor to ceiling chalk board cabinets. Our goal was to both accentuate the charm of the old house and to reflect the young owners’ personality.” There is nothing I don’t love about this transformation. The chalkboard cabinets are a great contrast to the rest of the all-white kitchen, the lack of upper cabinets is brilliant, and the seating area is SO FUN, bright and cheerful. I am so happy Ruben sent along some before photos as well. AMAZING!
Honestly absolutely stunning. More from this designer PLEASE!
I love this kitchen and its combo of contemporary and traditional. I must say I long for marble counter tops! Have a great weekend!
what an awesome transformation!!!
So bright and happy dining place! Great kitchen redo!
Those cuban tiles are fantastic – so fresh and vibrant. Initially I thought it was a mixture of wallpapers.
IVE PERSONALLY BEEN IN AND ATE IN THIS KITCHEN BOTH BEFORE AND AFTER AND THE AFTER IS AMAZING!!
Wow!!! is no words!!! Amazing!
You guys seriously have the best stuff on the web. I adore that kitchen!! So awesome!
Wow, what an amazing transformation!!! I absolutly love the eating areaa, very bright and creative. Love all the pattern and different styles in the design. Amazing.
That tiled tiled banquette/nook area is FABULOUS. Even more so because you've completely embraced the idea of colour with the cushions and the green chair. It might have been overwhelming to have the whole kitchen tiled like that (although, maybe a similarly tiled backsplash would have been okay) so I think it was very clever to keep the kitchen itself quite neutral and have fun in the nook. The wooden table is also lovely and warm and ties in with the floorboards. Plus, there are so many different colours in the tiles that you can easily pick one out and use it as a theme when you decide you want to mix things up or make a change. Well done!