Rebuilding a Kitchen From Scratch
Okay, so ‘upgrade’ is a huge understatement for this project. The owners were tired of their worn out, dark Kitchen. So they called me based on word of mouth advertising.

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    Before - Peninsula
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    Before - Sink
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    Before - Range
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    Before - Refrigerator
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    After - Peninsula
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    After - Sink
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    After
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    After - Refrigerator
When I met with the customers, it was obvious that we had a lot to work with. They had a budget we were comfortable with, and which fit the scope of the job, and everything in the old Kitchen was shot. All I had to do was work out the details. They didn’t want to replace the floor, which was in good condition, so we needed to stay within the existing footprint. They decided on a cabinet finish, selected tile splash and granite countertop material, and drawer and door pulls. I gave them a design which gave them better storage options. They wanted more light, so we installed recessed lights to replace the old ceiling fixture and under cabinet lights. The customers also wanted a larger window and a smooth ceiling, which helped brighten things up even more. There were also little extras; like the White Oak countertop by the fridge, the cookbook shelf box with the cell phone charging shelf above it, and the magnetic white board in the side of the refiigerator panel. The customer selected the glass tile for the backsplash, and I helped her focus on colors and a pattern that would work with the Granite top and other finishes they had selected. It all came together beautifully. See what they had to say.

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