Cabinets of the Desert participated in this stunning remodel of a 1920s house in Pasadena. The kitchen utilizes a traditional door style in a striking combination of Super White paint for the perimeter cabinets with a contrasting Black Stain for the island. The master bathroom, Jack-n-Jill bathroom, and linen cabinets are classic shaker-style doors also in Super White paint.
Visiting our client’s homes after a kitchen design comes to life is our favorite part. Browse through the Cabinets of the Desert completed projects below to get inspiration for your dream kitchen.
Cabinets of the Desert was recently involved in a condo remodel project in South Palm Springs. For her bathrooms, our client selected a black European-style slab door. This door is made of a Norway fir veneer married to an industrial MDF substrate. MDF is a very stable material that is well suited to our desert environment because it doesn’t expand and contract at extreme temperatures.
Cabinets of the Desert recently completed this kitchen and bar for a rehab/flip project in Palm Springs. Being budget-conscious for the purposes of the flip, our client went with one of our economical lines. But there was no skimping on style. We used a greige textured laminate cabinet for the refrigerator run upper cabinets. We then added a high–gloss super white European-style slab door for the lower cabinets and bar. Combined with stainless steel appliances, accent tiles, and grey-toned laminate flooring we think the result is quite stunning.
This full-house cabinetry design and installation included providing complementary cabinetry for the kitchen, bar, master bath, guest bath, and casita. Our client selected a deep brown textured laminate simple European-style slab cabinetry for the kitchen and baths. TSS laminate has a wood-like texture and a rich mahogany color but is easier to maintain than wood cabinetry. A simple white Shaker door was used in the laundry and casita. Modern, graphic, silver hardware ties the cabinetry together throughout the house.
Cabinets of the Desert recently provided cabinetry for the kitchen and wet bar in a beautiful Palm Springs Mid-Century remodel project. Our client selected a slab door style in greige and used it consistently throughout the project. A stunning burnt-orange feature wall and soft white quartz countertops finish this modern kitchen in timeless style.
Cabinets of the Desert recently completed this kitchen in PGA West. For the wall cabinets, the client selected a shaker door style finished in “Alabaster” paint. The island has the same door style but is finished in a beautifully complementary “Shadow” paint. The overall effect is warm, welcoming, and restful.
Cabinets of the Desert refreshed this is compact kitchen in Cathedral City, California. A new layout, white high-gloss cabinets, a waterfall kitchen peninsula, and the perfect swimming pool color blue tile backsplash make for a stylish and clean kitchen remodel that will last for years.