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This fabulous home makeover in Texas features the dreamiest kitchen

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Haven Design and Construction is responsible for this fabulous home makeover with stylish details, nestled on two acres in North San Antonio, Texas. This custom home was originally built in 2007 and was in need of an extensive update to accommodate the lifestyle needs of a young family. The 5,356 square foot home was transformed to give an overall sleek and clean aesthetic. The kitchen renovation set the tone for the rest of this fabulous home makeover.

The style was not ideal to the new owners, yet the dark wood cabinets were still of good quality and the appliances were not that old. To save money on the renovation, the project team filled in the knots on the knotty alder base cabinets and the paneled fridge. A fresh coat of paint made them appear brand new. The upper cabinets were replaced, along with a new range hood and island. The door style was made to match the existing cabinets and painted the same color.

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Above: The bar stools are Everly Quinn “Malin” counter stool, reupholstered in a cream vinyl by Kravet.

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Above: This award-winning kitchen features a mix of white and dark cabinetry, painted in Onyx 2133-10 — Benjamin Moore and Pure White SW 7005 – Sherwin Williams. Cabinet pulls on the black cabinets are the Dover Hardware Collection in lacquered burnished brass, Restoration Hardware. On the white cabinetry is the Elroy Drawer Pull in aged brass and oil-rubbed bronze, Rejuvenation. Size: 418 square feet, 22 by 19 feet.

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Highlights to this kitchen include a two-tier 7′-5″ x 7′-5″ island with seating for up to five people. Upper cabinets are stacked to nearly reach the 12-foot high ceiling height. There are also two sinks, a custom range hood, and custom pullouts for garbage/recycling, cooking utensils, and spices by the range.

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Above: Over the island, the light fixtures are the Glendale 13-inch chandelier by Hudson Valley Lighting. The flooring is European oak with a custom gray stain, 6-inch planks in random lengths.

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Above: The backsplash tile and chair rail moldings: Italian Bianco Carrara Amalfi marble tile from The Tile Shop.

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Above: The perimeter countertops are London Sky – Corian quartz, while the island countertop is Calacata 981 quartz, Walker Zanger. Appliances are by Monogram and General Electric.

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Above: The 60-inch-tall range hood is custom fabricated by Aries Woodworks. The 48-inch wide range features custom pullouts on either side with storage for utensils and spices.

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What We Love: This fabulous home makeover features a drool-worthy kitchen in black, white, and gold. We are loving how the designer was able to preserve and update some of the cabinetry while adding new details to create a completely custom look. The transitional modern styling throughout the home offers this family a wonderful update that will be enjoyed for years to come. 

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall transformation of this home? Are there any details you would change if this were your home? Let us know in the Comments below!

Note: Take a look at another fabulous home tour that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the state of Texas: Outstanding contemporary home in Texas with inspiring design details.

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Above: Over the range, the decorative backsplash panel is the “Delaunay” in polished Cloud Nine and Dolomite, a hand-cut mosaic from the Studio Line by New Ravenna — sourced from Materials Marketing in San Antonio.

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Above: Just off the kitchen, an office nook got a modern update. The homeowner wanted a workspace that would inspire. The existing knotty alder cabinetry got a fresh coat of paint, Pure White SW 7005 — Sherwin Williams. A glass top was added for a touch of elegance. 

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Above: An accent wall features the pattern “Interlocking Geo” by York Wallcoverings. A graphic art print is called “Royal Feathers”.

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Above: In the living room, an accent wall behind the TV features “Shining Sisal” by York Wallcoverings. The custom cabinet is painted in Onyx 2133-10 | Benjamin Moore.

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The designer painted most of the interior walls Swiss Coffee OC-45 | Benjamin Moore — a sophisticated and versatile off-white hue.

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Above: In this elegantly styled living room, the light fixture is the Chanteuse chandelier by Currey & Company. On the console table, Quatrefoil Alabaster Table Lamp, Regina Andrew. Walls are painted in River Reflections 1552 | Benjamin Moore.

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Above: The accent wall is the Metallic Candice Olson Decadence Luscious, York Wallcoverings.

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Above: In a hallway connecting the kitchen to the dining room, a wet bar is used as a beverage station. The backsplash tile is the Simone Studio Line by New Ravenna. The original brown cabinetry received a fresh coat of paint, Pure White SW 7005 – Sherwin Williams. Wood shelves were replaced with glass, while the drawers in the base cabinets were replaced by a GE Monogram wine refrigerator.

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Above: In the main bedroom, the homeowners desired a sophisticated and transitional aesthetic. Their existing furnishings decorate this space, including a charcoal gray upholstered bed and gray zine nightstands and dresser. To lighten the space, the designer added luxe bedding in cream and gold tones.

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Above: The accent wall is covered in patterned wallpaper, “Serendipity” by York Wallcoverings. Above the bed, the light fixture is a Helix 6-Light Chandelier – Maxim Lighting.

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Above: In the laundry room, the flooring is made to appear like brick, yet it is actually a 2×10 porcelain tile called “Capella Taupe Brick” and is laid out in a herringbone pattern. The trick to the brick-like appearance is the half-inch grout!

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Photos: Matthew Niemann Photography

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