What goes into a luxury kitchen remodel?

The pull of luxury is intoxicating: sleek, elegant countertops. Aged, vibrant woods. Customized islands, customized to truly fit the shape and style of your kitchen – all packaged into one stylish and spacious room.

Kitchen Marble topped island

Modern rooms can be kissed with a rustic touch, providing an ambient and euphoric atmosphere; calming shapes, intuitive layouts and beautiful colors combine, showering you with the opulence you deserve.

Luxury kitchens might look absolutely gorgeous, but they can come with a large price tag. Don’t let this put you off, though; the finished results will undoubtedly be breath-taking.

Let’s take a closer look into some of the components that go into a luxury kitchen remodel:


Exceptionally High Quality


One of the first things that you’ll notice when you step into your brand new kitchen is the outstanding level of quality. These types of remodels use the highest-quality materials, to make sure that you really do experience a life of luxury.


From smooth woods with textured satin finishes to beautiful, captivating granites ensure longevity and individual charisma.


Naturally Beautiful


Natural looking features, carefully manufactured by master craftsmen can really make a luxury kitchen remodel, becoming the stand-out, statement features that create a unrivalled ambience in your kitchen.


These luxury materials are captivating to look at, and provide a sense of homeliness that you might never have felt before.


Convenience & Comfort


Comfort and convenience are two of the most important things to consider when it comes to designing a high-end, luxurious kitchen. Making sure that you are both comfortable AND at ease should be one of the primary considerations, this is why we invest so much time into the planning stages, to ensure your complete kitchen remodel suits you and your lifestyle 100%.


Luxurious kitchen remodels can incorporate modern high-tech components that make life that little bit easier.  An experienced designer can also consider kitchen ergonomics to ensure that the space is comfortable and convenient to use.

Each design will be tailored to you and your specific needs, to create something equally as useful as it is beautiful.


Spacious, Aesthetic & Minimalism


“Less is more”, or so they say, and believe us; it’s true. Large, clutter-free spaces that allow your voice to naturally reverberate across the kitchen allow for a certain kind of charisma and charm; having large amounts of free space is a true staple of modern luxury.


Minimalist design is an integral part of crafting luxurious kitchens; they are elegant, regal and neutral, making use of empty space and incredible aesthetics.

5 Features to Consider in a Luxury Kitchen Remodel

Every now and then, you may feel the urge to change the look of a section of your home by incorporating or blending in new elements, designs, and technology.

The innate desire to transform your space into something more exquisite and unique brings to mind plenty of amenities that can polish your style and improve convenience.

If you have plans to remodel your kitchen, and would like a premium, fully functional space, then you may be looking for top-notch features and finishes that would make your cooking space extra special.

Whether you want to go for a contemporary, modern or traditional look with your kitchen remodeling, there are countless features available for you to choose from to give your kitchen the high-end luxurious look. Some of the must-have features you may want to consider include:


  1. Blended lighting


Lighting in places beyond your ceiling can be really effective in invoking a certain mood and charm to your kitchen.  Consider light fixtures in inside, under or above cabinets, underneath bars, and LED strip lights lining your cabinet kickboards; such lights blend seamlessly into your kitchen design, and not a single light looks out of place.  A high-end kitchen designer can carefully consider the placement and benefit of each and every piece of lighting.


  1. Recycling system

With an all in one recycling system in your kitchen, instead of a regular trash bin, you have a “super bin” that can help make your trash disposal and recycling super easy, convenient and efficient.

This multi-functioning system serves as a means to effectively handle your different wastes such as plastics, glass, cans and other domestic garbage. This systems technology helps you to keep track of how much debris is contained in its compartments and can also alert you when it’s time for you to unload and take to the proper recycling channels.


  1. Beverage Bar

If you often find yourself entertaining guests, or simply prefer a tipple yourself in the evening or at weekends, why not indulge in a beverage bar?  With a beverage station, customized to fit into your current space, you can include beverages such as coffee, tea, soda, juices, alcohol, and any other beverage your family loves.  The space can be custom designed to include the exact storage space you need, and nothing more.


  1. Countertops made of exotic wood

Unique countertops made of zebrawood, bamboo, mahogany, hard maple, teak, etc with their defining characteristics and quality are uniquely special to each remodel and sure to enhance the image of your kitchen, making it appear more exotic and sophisticated.


  1. Warming Drawers

A Warming drawer is a superb and innovative must-have feature for your kitchen.  The idea is that they keep all your meals hot without compromising on taste, freshness of flavor. You should consider installing warming drawers in your kitchen especially if you have a large household or a busy schedule. With this kitchen appliance, you can prepare meals in advance and also be rest assured that every meal served during large parties or gatherings with family and friends will be hot and tasty.  In a luxury, high-end kitchen warming drawers can be built in the right size for your needs, finished with your preferred style of wood and accents.


For other ideas and examples of luxury kitchen remodels, visit the TR Building and Remodeling Houzz page, or contact us to discuss your own remodeling project.