The layout has changed significantly in this kitchen in Mt. Washington. By removing the old pantry, moving the sink to the corner and using a cabinet-depth refrigerator - cabinet and counter space have been greatly increased. The wonderful old Chambers range is situated between two angled base cabinets to give some counter space on both sides, which creates a design focal point featuring the classic range. Base cabinets are stained with a very dark Java stain and wall cabinets are painted with an off white finish, creating a fresh, cheery look. The light colored wall cabinets and plenty of recessed lights really lighten up the room. Granite counters, new hardwood floor and subway tiles in a near white finish complete the style.
This bath in Mt. Washington is finished. The original vision was a vintage bath with subway tiles and a classic black-and-white mosaic tile floor. Mission accomplished! The bath is up to date with new fixtures, a powerful exhaust fan controlled by a digital timer, a great light fixture over the sink that fits the look, a tall vanity with 3 drawers for better storage and the perfect medicine cabinet - a real find that was discovered at the Habitat resale store and refurbished.
This is a new kitchen remodeling project in West Chester. This kitchen will really feel opened up when the soffits are removed and the layout is expanded a little. Here is the kitchen before remodeling↓↓
The demolition is done and electric is being roughed in↓↓
This kitchen in West Chester is finished. The kitchen went through some major changes. The pantry was removed and the wall between the kitchen and dining room was opened up, making the whole space feel so much larger. The table in the kitchen was eliminated, making room for a large, 2 level island with seating and plenty of work space. Hardwood flooring was installed in the kitchen, dining room, family room and front hall - contributing to the feeling of a larger space.
The kitchen features cherry cabinets with granite counters and a tumbled stone backsplash. New recessed lights and under cabinet lighting really brightens up the new kitchen.
Here are some finished pictures of this kitchen in Kenwood. The old soffit has been removed.The kitchen features white cabinets to the ceiling and a single bowl to accommodate larger items and increase counter and storage space. The granite counters and tumbled stone backsplash add to the style. Recessed cans and under cabinet lighting complete the update.
Here are some finished pictures of this kitchen in Clifton.
The kitchen cabinets are a classic style painted in an off white finish and fit perfectly with the style and age of the house. Cabinets and molding go to the ceiling. The granite tops, tile backsplash and lighting, recessed and under cabinet lights, finish off the style. The sink was moved to the corner and the cabinets and counters wrap around to the patio door, creating additional storage and workspace.
Here are some finished pictures of this kitchen in Loveland.
The main perimeter cabinets were existing, but have been modified and upgraded. The cooktop area has been accented by raising and building out the existing cabinets to create a focal point. New granite counters and a stone tile backsplash also add to the upgrade. The refrigerator opening has been modified to provide a built-in look. Cabinets were added to bring the cabinets/counters closer to the patio door and designer ends were installed on all exposed ends.
A great 2 level island with seating for 4 and plenty of storage and work counters finishes off the kitchen. The island has painted/glazed cabinets with plenty of design detail.