The 170 Project
An outdated Sedona kitchen gets a refreshingly modern makeover.
Our goal with this kitchen & dining remodel was to create a space that is durable and minimalist but playful and spacious. The kitchen was half the size before we began, and felt dark and cramped. The owners were clear that they wanted an open space perfect for entertaining, with plenty of storage. They're also very artistic, so pops of color and unique design features were important for their aesthetic ideals.
Another beautiful lighting feature — skylights let in plenty of natural light throughout the day, while warm LED recessed strip lighting inset into the edge of the skylights creates a halo-like glow in the evening in lieu of traditional ceiling mount lights.
The pink onyx waterfall kitchen island, countertops, and backsplash steal the show and act as the focal point of the entire space. It's a gorgeous and whimsical material that nods to the surrounding red rock landscapes with a more subdued and feminine take.
The standout features of the kitchen island include subtle inset sockets that fade into the stone, and an island sink with overflowing onyx sides, but a stainless steel basin (maintaining the beauty of the material, but allowing for a functional, easy-to-clean sink).
Beautiful and luxurious brass faucets compliment both the soft pink onyx and the muted blue tile backsplash.