The owners of this 1980’s home wanted a clean, contemporary kitchen with an edgy design that was functional for cooking, as well as entertaining.
The “above cabinet” soffits, worn-out oak cabinetry, butler’s pantry and a portion of the load bearing wall was removed.
The custom solid Alder “shaker style” cabinets extend to the ceiling and terminate with modern crown molding were dyed a bold dark Brazilian espresso.
With ergonomics in mind, an in-cabinet double oven, a gas cook top, and an under-cabinet microwave were installed.
The custom cabinetry offered features such as; full-extension soft-close dove tail drawers, soft-close doors, a sponge tilt-tray, a blind-corner pull-out, a super-susan, and a cookbook pull-out.
Applied panels, matching the cabinet doors were installed on the sides of the new cabinetry giving this kitchen a modern finished look.
Recessed lighting, pendant lighting, and under-cabinet xenon lighting showcase the decorative glass backsplash tile and the maintenance free Specchio white HanStone quartz counter tops.
Matching cabinets and a locker system with cubbies were installed in the adjacent laundry room.
The original sheet vinyl flooring was replaced with 12″x30″ porcelain tile laid in an offset brick pattern.