A blue kitchen, bold, with sharp contrastsā€¦ Something different and fun for a change, -but a lasting change! 

An architect and innovative designer himself, he wanted a surprising replacement for his old kitchen: one most likely expected in a metropolitan apartment, rather than in a Southern California home.The cobalt thermo-foil cabinetry sample mesmerized him. It is a primary color; a classic. Everything stemmed from that blue. Stainless steel is a strong antagonist, along with a crisp green glass backsplash. A supporting, quiet white counter and a warm oak floor balance the bold choice. The skylight allows sunlight move through all the reflective surfaces. Along with the recessed LEDs, the traveling sun produces multiple reflections. In the end, there is one reflection that matters the most in the kitchen: that it reflects the style and personality of the client.