Kitchen Re-do's

 

With the onset of Fall, we find ourselves spending more time indoors... cooking, hanging out with family and friends.  So we thought we'd share a few kitchen remodels that are on the boards. These vignettes are from our "working" 3D models. 

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The new kitchen above is part of a larger remodel/addition that starts construction in March. White wall and upper cabinets are paired with walnut base and island cabinets. A low strip window fills the space of the backsplash behind the sink and is bracketed by highly patterned concrete tiles.  Back-painted glass accents the floating wood shelves.  

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Go bold is the motto of this new kitchen which is currently under construction and part of a larger remodel/addition project. Our client wanted a transitional style kitchen... clean, full of color and attitude. Not shown in this view is a fun and funky gold wallpaper she found for the bar sink backsplash (which sits in front of the double ovens). She wanted a highly functional, personal kitchen to meld with her family's antiques and heirlooms.

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This kitchen remodel of a 1930's home on Capitol Hill merges new with old. The client loves the color blue so we proposed pairing smokey blue cabinets with walnut.  We topped the countertops with white quartz and added a mosaic of herringbone calacatta marble tile to the backsplash.  Henrybuilt floating wood and steel shelves are shown on the wall to the left. 

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The existing kitchen in this mid-century home in Matthew's Beach was tight!  Measuring a mere 91" across, the kitchen couldn't grow in width due to the original (and lovely) stone fireplace that separates the kitchen from the dining/living area. It could only grow in length.  So, we proposed taking out the old galley kitchen (barely 36" separated the base cabs), extending into a breakfast nook and turning a narrow aisle into a more spacious "L" shaped kitchen.  The stone veneer ends just pass an opening for an original wood burning pizza oven. So we proposed cladding the exposed CMU with Richlite panels supporting open shelving and a hanging system for pans.