The kitchen is coming together!

The homeowners wanted their remodeled kitchen to be modern, clean, and classic. The design pairs classic materials with modern and vintage-inspired fixtures to achieve that look. The kitchen features cabinetry in two shades of blue (Sherwin Williams Waterloo & Niebla Azul) and an extra-large Kitchen island with counter seating. Floating shelves line the wall instead of upper cabinets, and a custom vent hood trimmed in the same wood ties the two elements together.

The new hickory finish engineered hardwood flooring installed throughout the main floor including the kitchen, dining area, and living room is both beautiful and budget friendly.
We swapped out the window in the living room for doors to create easier first floor access to the side and back yards.
The kitchen island will have seating for the whole family.
The calming kitchen design includes a generous island painted dark blue (Sherwin Williams Waterloo) and wall cabinets in a lighter shade of blue (Sherwin Williams Niebla Azul).
The wood accent on the custom vent hood coordinates with the lighter wood tones in the floor and floating shelves.

Making meals will be a dream for any home cook in this kitchen, with ample workspace and professional-grade appliances. The island and perimeter countertops are durable white marble-look quartz. Quartz is scratch-resistant and requires less maintenance than marble. The modern stainless steel undermount sink and faucet with integrated spray positioned under the window provides a great view of the backyard while at the sink. The refrigerator is panel-ready to match the cabinets, and the rest of the professional chef-grade appliances will be stainless steel. The industrial nautical double sconce over the sink and vintage-modern glass globe pendant lights over the large island add character to the kitchen.

The marble-look countertops are actually quartz!
Vintage-modern globe pendant lights hang above the new blue kitchen island.
Custom built floating shelves line the kitchen walls instead of upper cabinets which helps create a light, bright space.
Once the cabinets under the window are complete, the countertops, sink, and faucet will be installed.
A deep single bowl sink faces the new windows overlooking the backyard. Holes have been drilled for the faucet in the countertop.
The homeowners wanted their remodeled kitchen to be modern, clean, and classic. The design mixes classic materials like wood and subway tile with modern touches like this faucet with integrated spray.
The chrome double sconce above the sink has a industrial-nautical vibe.

Once the appliances, cabinet drawer fronts/doors, and hardware are installed, the kitchen will be complete!

Up Next…

See the photos of the finished project. We’ll post an update soon. Stay tuned!


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