Custom Kitchen for Historical Home
It takes a good mix of design, beautiful cabinets and great installers to bring a showcase kitchen to life. This kitchen is a great example of when you get this mix just right. This historical home on South Greenway near the Biltmore Hotel had a tiny kitchen and the homeowner wanted to open it up and create a kitchen that would serve as the heart of their home. A load bearing wall left an unsightly support column and the architect planned to hide this column with a set of decorative fillers. This did not work with the clean lines the homeowner hoped to achieve and left some dead space as well. Eleet developed a design utilizing the flexibility of paneling integrated fridges where the panel was extended left 6 inches past the edge of the freezer, leaving the column hidden entirely. With Eleet Fine American Cabinetry, you get much more than just great cabinetry, you get a partner with the creativity and passion to ensure you have the best possible kitchen for your space.
A Piece of Heaven
This project left an indelible mark on us, leaving us with a mix of joy and sorrow. Many years ago a client was referred to us and she left our showroom super excited to start her dream of a complete home remodel project with us, and while walking out of the showroom she said she was ready to start but had to get some medical test done before starting and that it was probably nothing to worry about. It turned out to be cancer and she let us know as soon as she licked it she would start. Years later she came back and said she was ready to go and that she was cancer free. Before we started they learned that the cancer was back but she said she wanted to complete her dream of remodeling her home and she wanted to see her son graduate from a prestigious college. We are so happy that she was able to do both and enjoy her dream home for two years before passing. We will miss her, she was a light bulb of positive energy and we are so blessed to have known her.
Coconut Grove Modern Kitchen
We made this small kitchen in the Coconut Grove neighborhood feel spacious through the use of floating frameless wall cabinets providing huge backsplash for a light airy feeling. We opted to use Blum electric open mechanisms for the drawers and Blum touch open for the doors eliminating the need to install handles on the cabinetry.
Our client selected a High Gloss White Acrylic for the floating wall cabinets and a dark stain on a solid wood Cherry Slab door as the main color for the Custom Cabinetry.
Miami Dream Kitchen
Custom ranch style home sitting on a backdrop of a couple beautiful acres of land. Eleet Fine American Cabinetry worked with the designer and the home owner to create a modern meets traditional great room and bathrooms.
This great room includes a kitchen featuring a contemporary play on inset cabinets done in a custom color. Fully integrated Miele Fridge, Miele Freezer and Miele Dishwasher with matching wood panels keeping the space warm and streamlined. The kitchen's island was built with a dark stained cherry wood to pull in the color of the celling beams and also features Miele Steam Oven, Warming Draws and Microwave Draw. For casual dining and breakfast the sitting area features a custom L-shaped seating nook and built in Miele coffee maker.
Gables Estates Kitchen
We created a modern kitchen befitting this brand new custom home nestled on two acres of property in the exclusive Gables Estates neighborhood.
This kitchen has 7 Sub-Zero integrated fridges, so we opted build custom panels on 4 of them to blend them into the kitchen. We also built the cabinetry so the wolf ovens were installed flush for a nice clean look. We opted to use Blum electric open mechanisms for the drawers and Blum touch open for the doors eliminating the need to install handles on the cabinetry. Above the oven cabinet we built a hidden compartment to house the fresh makeup air required for the custom high CFM hood.
Our client selected a High Gloss White Acrylic for the primary color and a driftwood finish on a Quarter Sawn Oak door as the accent color for the Custom Cabinetry.
Biltmore Coral Gables Classic
The goal for this client was to keep the design and beauty that the Coral Gable homes were originally built with.
With that in mind Eleet Fine American Cabinetry designed a timeless custom inset cabinet design for the
kitchen and bathroom. This designed allowed for updated features without taking away from the home's original beauty.
Palmetto Bay Great Room Kitchen
We started with a tiny space, not even large enough for a small island and we opened it up to the adjacent family room and dining room creating a large kitchen with an enormous island enabling our clients to entertain family and friends in the kitchen. A Pro Series Wolf range looks great and because of the extra width the oven is very large, enabling 1/2 or full size sheet pan sizes to easily fit, which will come in handy for entertaining large groups.
Grand Pinecrest Inset Kitchen
This custom kitchen located in the heart of Pinecrest includes custom cabinetry for the kitchen, wet bar, laundry room and eating nook. Cabinetry was designed and built to allow for Miele, Wolf and Sub-zero appliances to be elegantly placed into this very warm and functional space. The custom wine storage was built to the exact dimension we needed to have the wall cabinetry flanking the windows the exact same size.
Contemporary play on a Coral Gables Inset Kitchen
Set in a neighborhood of 1920s homes we recommended the client open up a kitchen that previously felt crowded for two people and was essentially hidden in a corner of the house. Removing internal walls and blending living space into the kitchen sets the kitchen as a showpiece for entertaining friends and family. Utilizing an Inset overlay with concealed hinges allowed the client to create a contemporary version of cabinetry appropriate to the period of their home.
Modern Kitchen with a Splash of Color
A young family hired us to build them a modern, fun kitchen that they could hang out in and entertain friends and family. The splash of color brought the space alive and the lift up doors created a cool modern kitchen.
The Great Room
The desire and love to entertain inspired This Great Room kitchen. The design was influenced by Arts and Craft and Traditional styles. The use of quarter sawn oak, made famous by Frank Lloyd Wright, using natural wood grains and this special cut to create a warm environment. The traditional elements are prominent throughout the room especially seen in the hood and island.
Coral Gables Contemporary Kitchen
A young couple purchased a new home on Riviera Dr needing a complete remodel. We helped them design a kitchen, inside bar, outside bar, entertainment system, laundry room, and bathrooms that were upscale and appropriate to the neighborhood yet done in a timeless contemporary style. The dark gray island blends well with the gray counter tops used on the main kitchen cabinetry while contrasting the hardwood floors.