This kitchen, as is always the case, was outdated and needed upgrades. The homeowner knew what amenities she wanted as well as the quirks that needed to be addressed in the home. One of the main objectives of this project was to open up the flow of the space, as doorways and workspace was cramped and tight. We were able to open up the space by removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room, while sliding the laundry room door toward the center of the room, which allowed for more countertop space, a wider door, and we were able to convert the hinged door to a pocket door.
This kitchen featured a waterfall quartz countertop, tile backsplash, oak wood open shelving, Jim Bishops cabinets, under cabinet lighting, appliance upgrades, new hardwood flooring in the kitchen and refinished floors in the reminder of the whole first floor. The dining room also featured a custom built (by Prince & Sons) barn door. This Project was completed in the Fall of 2021.