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This kitchen was once closed off with two small doors and an oddly-shaped peninsula. The cabinetry and tile floor were dated and the arrangement was inefficient.

We moved the wall between the adjoining living room and enlarged the opening, framing it in faux wood beams. Beams were also added to the kitchen. The living area became a large dining room with a custom chandelier with oversized Edison bulbs, ivory leather captain’s chairs and red metal cross back chairs. An 11 foot walnut island can seat 8 and has quartz countertops and a stainless undermount farmhouse apron sink.

Beveled subway tile with grey grout lines the walls and floating rustic shelves flank the modern stainless range hood. Undercabinet lighting and USB outlets give functionality to the desk area. Grey wood and metal swivel bar stools add slim, clean seating.

Rustic wood flooring was added throughout the main level.

Kitchen Remodel Testimonials

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