Elite Kitchen and Bath is an award-winning home remodeling company specializing in custom cabinetry, countertops, and related accessories for kitchens, baths, and every other room in your home. Our professional and friendly team of designers and service staff aim to exceed your expectations and deliver San Diego’s Best Kitchen Experience, from start to finish.
Our experienced, talented, and dependable team designs, supplies, installs, and services cabinetry, countertops, and accessories in homes just like yours. Our dedicated team of kitchen designers has earned awards, accolades, and a distinguished reputation in the industry, so you know you can count on us to guide you every step of the way through your San Diego kitchen remodel and bathroom design. Our goal is to exceed your expectations!
- Custom kitchen cabinetry in a variety of woods and finishes
- Granite, solid surface, and natural stone kitchen countertops
- Tile, hardwood, bamboo, and other kitchen flooring options
- We Install faucets, pot fillers, prep sinks, hot water dispensers, and other plumbing amenities
- Track lighting, pendant lights, updated surface lights
Let us Help you Design the Kitchen of your Dreams. As a Kitchen Remodeling company, Elite Living Remodeling knows that the modern kitchen is not just for cooking anymore. It has been transformed into a place where we gather with family, entertain friends, and spend a significant portion of our time. Today’s trend in kitchen remodeling is focused more on open spaces and has many homeowners removing walls and merging rooms in order to enlarge the kitchen. Even if your kitchen remodeling plan is complicated, Verona’s design consultants are trained to provide you with the result you desire instead of the same old “cookie-cutter” big box store solutions.
As a highly reputable flooring store, we have your requirements covered. Our skilled flooring installers provide room measures with zero obligation and fast and easy floor installations for different types of flooring such as Hardwood, Laminate, Tiles, Stones, and Luxury Vinyl.
When redesigning a kitchen, put function first. “There’s no ideal kitchen shape. Whether it’s a galley or U- or L-shaped, plan for the sink, fridge, and cooktop to form a triangle, with no more than 6 feet between each for ease of movement.
Make room for storage
The biggest mistake people make at the planning stage is not allowing for enough storage. Use every nook and cranny. Put overhead cabinets right up to the ceiling, rather than leaving a gap on top that collects dust. Consider deep drawers for easier access to pots and pans, and include enough storage for appliances that otherwise would clutter up.
See the light
Unlike in other rooms of the house, overhead lighting is insufficient in kitchens. In the kitchen, you don’t want the light behind you, casting a shadow on the workspace. You need it positioned to fall in front of you. We are recommending Under-cabinet lights because they shine directly on countertops.
Be sure there are appropriate power sources for relocated or new appliances. Many people realize too late that they don’t have the right gas or electric lines. We also suggest measuring appliances to ensure that they fit comfortably into allocated spaces. If a dishwasher is crammed in, it could push up against the hose and won’t drain properly.
Space and surface
There’s no such thing as too much counter space. Choose a surface that’s easy to work on and care for. But keep in mind that grout between tiles is hard to maintain and that stainless steel will scratch very easily.
Don’t reuse appliances or items from the old kitchen. It may seem as if you’re saving money, but an old appliance will stick out like a sore thumb in a new environment. Find other ways to economize. You don’t have to spend $100 on a drawer handle when cheaper ones still look fantastic. The same goes for countertops.
Make your kitchen as safe and family-friendly as possible by planning for good visibility to the backyard and indoor play areas from the cooking area. Also consider such safety-conscious elements as rounded countertops, slip-resistant flooring, and ovens located at adult height to minimize the chances of accidental burns.
Clear the air
A range hood helps ventilate cooking odors. Buy one that’s efficient, quiet, and vented outside, we advise.
Don’t forget to plan for garbage and recycling bins. Do you want built-in bins cleverly disguised behind a cabinet door, or a sleek, stainless-steel garbage container that’s positioned out of the way?
Look out below
When it comes to flooring, consider slip-resistance, ease of maintenance, and porosity. Stone floors, which are somewhat porous, for instance, may need periodic resealing. If so, ask how often, and think about whether you want to deal with that process. Hardwood floors are beautiful, but be aware that they wear out faster by the fridge, stove, and sink than other areas. Hard, natural stone works wonderfully, and the earthy look and feel of it are very popular.