Goleta Kitchen Remodeling Stainless Walnut Stain


Goleta Kitchen Remodeling Stainless Walnut Stain

The Good Land

Goleta is in southern Santa Barbara County. It was incorporated as a city in 2002, after a long period as the largest unincorporated populated area in the county. That has come a long way from the first land expedition to California around 1769, where explorers spent a night near a creek to the north of the Goleta estuary. At that time, the estuary was a very large open-water lagoon that covered most of what is now the city of Goleta. First called "The Good Land" by the Spanish, Goleta was once known for its rich agriculture, and smaller scale farms still pepper the landscape. To learn more about this beautiful area please visit the City of Goleta website here..

Elite Home Services is a local residential General Contractor, Remodeler and Handyman that would enjoy the opportunity to help you with your Goleta home improvements.

Bright, Fresh Spaces

The picture on top shows a kitchen remodeling project we did for our clients in the Goleta area. And the image to the right shows the same project where we show off the green glass tile backsplash next to a textured long subway tile which adds not only color but a playful look.

Goleta Kitchen Remodeling Walnut Green
Goleta Kitchen Remodeling Porcelain Counter Bevel Door

Clean and modern look

The next image highlights beautiful beveled white cabinets leaving the porcelain backsplash as the showstopper. The blue glass pendants give a pop of color tying everything together for a cleaner and more modern look.

Warm tones to the kitchen

The next image highlights another Goleta Kitchen Remodeling project. White shaker cabinets and the quartz countertops contrasting with a dark wood floor keep a balanced color palette.

Goleta Kitchen Remodeling Chevron White Shaker Gold
Goleta Bathroom Remodeling Blue Green Glass Shower Vanity

Harmonious bathroom design

Following you will see a bathroom remodeling project in Goleta featuring a curbless walk in shower with seafoam glass subway tile walls and white penny rounds on the floor

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