The homeowner had a very “non functional”, dark, outdated kitchen with a formal dining room that was rarely used.
The original kitchen had oak cabinetry, poor lighting, outdated sheet vinyl flooring, and laminate countertops.
Some of the challenges that we were faced with were: ductwork running through the wall that was removed, a mouse-maze of electrical running through the same wall, and performing a one-of-a-kind kitchen remodel with minimal family disruption.
The homeowner wanted a functional kitchen for entertaining, cooking for “out-of town” guests, a place for the kids to eat, do homework, and an inviting dining area.
We constructed and installed custom alder cabinetry with “dove-tailed” drawers, full extension soft-close drawer slides, and “euro style” soft-close hinges. We constructed and installed multiple cabinets with spice racks, pantry pull outs, deep pot & pan drawers, a removable composite “easy-clean” cutting board, and framed clear glass display cabinets.
Plumbing consisted of a stylish, yet functional, dual basin sink with drying rack, a gooseneck faucet sprayer, and liquid soap dispenser.
Complimenting the cabinets, we installed Blanco Canvas HanStone Quartz countertops. We installed a glass tile backsplash between the upper and lower cabinets in a subway pattern.
Flooring consisted of wide plank prefinished maple hardwood tongue and groove.
Electrical consisted of xenon task lighting, recessed canister lighting and decorative pendant lights, all switched with Lutron dimmers.