Straight from the 70’s, smoked glass mirrors and all, this condo unit space is now more modern and functional for its owner. She wanted the kitchen cabinets to not be white or too flat so we opted for maple. Also important was to uniform the hardware and trim which was an eclectic mix done throughout the years. Caesarstone countertop adds polish and coordinating marble backsplash adds a feminine touch. Undercabinet lighting keep work zones lit. Washer and dryer are concealed behind custom hideaway doors that can be closed when guests arrive. The flooring is a beautiful wide-plank, matte finished white oak engineered product that adds depth and contrast to the room. Custom metal and glass railings have since been added.