As this family of six grew, the kitchen was no longer meeting their needs. This was a very economical cabinet refacing project, as more than half of the existing cabinet boxes were left in place and refaced with solid hardwood cherry. We reconfigured the island to incorporate a new cooktop and stainless steel vent hood that makes a bold statement for this updated kitchen.
This customer’s goals for her kitchen were to increase storage space, improve functionality and create a custom look with unique cabinets and materials. We started off by extending the cabinets to the ceiling for increased space and an updated look, and the customer chose unique, Shaker style cabinet doors that offer the custom feel she was going for.
This family of five wanted a more open space where they could spend time together. In order to open up the space, a wall and knee wall that were closing off the space from the living room were removed, and a large island was created to keep the space open while adding plenty of countertop and storage space.
Homeowners were tired of the bland color palette and outdated materials in their kitchen. Our team drastically changed this kitchen with the addition of a large island accented with sleek pendant lights, refaced cabinets, Ubatuba granite countertops, under cabinet lighting and more.
This outdated kitchen was in need of a modern design upgrade that matched the homeowners vision and style, so we refaced the cabinets, updating the doors to a more streamlined style, installed sleek new hardware and quartz countertops, then created a beautiful new stone backsplash that pulls the whole space together.
This family wanted a design and functionality upgrade on their outdated kitchen, so we refaced their cabinets with solid birch wood in a white finish, installed new quartz countertops, and installed LED can lights and under cabinet lighting to illuminate workspaces and enhance the beauty of the full quartz backsplash.
We replaced this family’s outdated countertops with beautiful, gleaming quartz, refaced the cabinets with solid Cherry wood, and updated the island with solid Birch wood refacing in a black distressed finish for some contrast. The whole kitchen is pulled together with unique knobs that coordinate with the stainless steel appliances.
Outdated cabinetry and countertops no longer matched this family’s style. Our team refaced the cabinets with birch and walnut solid wood, installed a new backsplash, under cabinet lighting, and new granite countertops in “New Venetian Gold” to pull everything together—all while sticking to the homeowner’s traditional style.
This kitchen lacked a “wow” factor and didn’t match the caliber of the rest of the home. Not to mention their white thermofoil cabinets were starting to delaminate. Perimeter cabinets were refaced with solid Cherry wood and extended to the ceiling and top cabinets are illuminated with interior lighting for a dramatic look.