Open Concept Living Space

This dated kitchen was a challenge to use, and left the cook feeling isolated from the rest of the family due to doorways between the kitchen and living room. Tile floors and countertops left the space feeling cold and dated lighting enhanced the feeling.

Project Scope:

We provided a full kitchen renovation, including opening up several walls to create better flow and communication between the kitchen, living room and dining room. We also added a separate prep nook / butler’s pantry with its own sink a drink refrigerator / wine cooler. Recessed lighting, a tile backsplash, stainless appliances and other design touches complete the look.

Special Considerations:

Two load bearing walls had to be removed and we framed a new engineered structure to provide the necessary support.

Solid surface countertops accent both the wall color and cabinets.
Hardwood floors replace cold tile and add depth and warmth to the kitchen and the transition to the living area.
Modern lighting fixtures add visual interest without detracting from the overall design.
Shaker style cabinets offer a classic look that isn’t dated, and have great drawer and door features.
Opening the wall between the kitchen and living area maximizes the space and makes both areas more inviting.

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Before Photographs

The Completed Project