Good Bones Bad Makeup

Our Client's Kitchen was definitely in need of some updating, but the basics were there and just a few updates turned this kitchen around.  
This Kitchen had good bones, but needed some updating.
The layout functioned well for the family so we didn't have to move or change anything.
You can see the old integrated sink in this picture. Just a little bit of a face lift! 
An overall view of the kitchen from the open plan hearth room.  This is a fantastic open space for entertaining and gathering.   New light fixtures were installed over the table and the sink.
To add some contrast with all the wood we painted the inside of the cabinets over the butler's pantry white.  It enhances the display and adds softness to the kitchen. 

A desk area can enhance living in a space.  Easy to look up recipes, pay bills or help with homework.
This desk,  still in the kitchen, but separate from the other functions of a kitchen, maintained the original Corian Countertop and a new backsplash was installed to match the kitchen backsplash.  

A new apron front stainless tell was installed along with an antiquebronzed gooseneck faucet and accessories.   

A view of the butler's pantry with new Quartz Countertops as well as a close up of the new backslash.  For the backsplash we used a traditional 3 x 6 white subway tile and jazzed it up with a mixed mosaic.  This look is classic and timeless and also light and luxe.   

Jackson Street Kitchen

Our clients this time around needed more than just an update they needed more cabinets and more prep space.  The husband was a very handy guy and he rebuilt the cabinets.  The wall paper was dated and very hard to remove, but a fresh coat of paint and some crown molding really dressed up this kitchen.  We also added an island, which allowed us to move the cooktop and oven to the center and make room for a pantry in the kitchen.  The most exciting thing to go was the white tile floor.  They showed everything!

Brand new frames and doors adorn the old cabinet boxes.  Two inch concrete countertops were made in the homeowners garage.  Slate and travertine grace the backsplash in a checkered pattern.  
Kitchen looking into the dining room.
The old peninsula was removed, which made room for an island and the homeowners Boos Block.
The island added storage for pots and pans and more space for cooking and prepping meals. 

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