1920s Spanish-Style Kitchen Gets Colorful, Eclectic Update

Working with a pair of creative homeowners who wanted to express their diverse cultural interests, Jackson Design and Remodeling transformed the kitchen of this 1920s Spanish-style home into a modern showpiece with use of bold colors and textures.

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Photo By: Jackson Design and Remodeling

Photo By: Jackson Design and Remodeling

Photo By: ALAN SMITH

Photo By: ALAN SMITH

Photo By: Jackson Design and Remodeling

Photo By: ALAN SMITH

Bold Eclectic Kitchen With Rich, Brown Cabinetry and Island

An oversized kitchen island is topped with apple green Caesarstone and trimmed with a live-edge breakfast bar, providing ample space for work, food preparation and gathering.

Vibrant Eclectic Kitchen With Island Seating

All four sides of the kitchen island are put to work with storage, appliances or seating. Cabinets with bright orange doors provide a pop of color on the wall to the side of the island.

Bright Eclectic Kitchen With Island Seating and Green Pendant Lights

The door of the cabinet opens upward so that it does not crowd the space by the island.

Multicolored Backsplash and Lime Green Countertops in Bright, Eclectic Kitchen

The shimmery custom backsplash serves as the inspiration for the kitchen's color palette and evokes the home's Spanish roots. 

Bold Kitchen With Brown Cabinets and Green Countertops

Apple green Caesarstone countertops pop against dark, cherry wood-stained cabinetry.
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Funky Chandelier in Vibrant, Eclectic Kitchen

The kitchen was laid out to create an open line of sight from the back to the front of the home.
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Bold Eclectic Dining Room With Red Accent Wall

From the dining area, where a whimsical chandelier suggests movement with flowing leaf-shaped glass, the kitchen delights the senses with colors, textures and light.

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