As I’ve mentioned, I like taking home inspirations from the houses in movies and this was one of my favorites. Well, not my favorite movie but my favorite kitchen from the movie “Something Got to Give.” Apparently, there are a lot of people obsessed with the home from this movie. Here is a picture of one of the many kitchens inspired from the movie set.
"As good as it gets" kitchen
And this is our version…
Cabinets are designed and built by Ben Blackwelder. Ben brings his experience and style from his roots in the East Coast, and Utah welcomes it.

18 Responses to “New Kitchen”

  1. Kelli says:

    I absolutely love this kitchen! Would you mind sharing what kind of countertop that is? I love the contrast with the matte black and the white cabinets, perfection!

  2. Tina says:

    Absolutely love this kitchen, can you please let me know if the wall tiles are gloss or Matt finish probably does not matter but I think you have got it just right

  3. Rachel says:

    Hello! Will you please share the paint color you used in this kitchen? It’s beautiful!!

  4. elaine devita says:

    I am getting white cabinets with carrara marble subway tiles . What kind of counter do i get if I want to stay in the white family? anythin in quartz? thanks, elaine

  5. Kristi says:

    Wow, I’ll be remodeling my kitchen and am using your kitchen as my inspiration. Can you please share the brands of your cabinet hardware, appliances and approx. cost of your gorgeous cabinets? Many thanks.

    • Tiek Built Homes says:

      Thank you! This kitchen is one of our favorites! The cabinet hardware is from Restoration Hardware and appliances were purchased by the homeowner from RC Willey. And the cabinets were custom made by our cabinet guy, Ben Blackwelder.

  6. Angela says:

    Love this kitchen! What color white paint was used on the cabinets? And what is the flooring type/stain called? Thanks:)

  7. Kati says:

    Hi, I’m a friend of Michelle’s, and I fell in love with your stuff two years ago when she first showed me! :) I know you’ve done the Palladian Blue in a few homes. I believe it was used at 75% in the Spring Lane remodel. Do you know if it was used full strength here? Just trying to see it in different examples to decide if I should go lighter. Thanks! :)

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