Vintage to Modern

June 27, 2017


Sometimes a complete remodel isn't require; this space is a great example of a homeowner who wanted to keep things simple and work within the existing footprint but create a functional and updated room. From vintage 60/70's to modern and cozy. All it took was re-positioning the wall oven, cook top, and deleting the cabinets above the peninsula. Some minor revamping to the opposing wall and the layout really opened up to bring better functionality. Everything even worked within the existing flooring limitations.


Here is the design breakdown-


Cabinet Construction: Frameless construction in Birch, stained in Pecan on bottom cabinets, and painted in cloud white on upper cabinets, with white melamine interior. 


Door style: Standard Shaker


Countertops: Silestone Quartz in "Blanco Maple" with a pencil edge. 


Hardware: Pull in Brushed Nickel from Rocheleau


Sink: Bristol B809 Double Bowl undermount sink in stainless steel


Faucet: Bristol "Fuscaldo"


Backsplash: Homeowner supplied and installed. 


Thanks again to the homeowners! We were glad to be a part of your dream kitchen experience!




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