Storage galore! We’re installing the custom cabinetry in this St. Paul Kitchen remodel.

Creating a lot of storage options in a Kitchen is key to a good design. The storage in this Kitchen was increased by sealing up a doorway on one wall to make room for more cabinetry.

Custom cabinetry is installed on the wall with the sealed up doorway.

The cabinets were custom made for this project with a five-week lead time. The cabinetry finish, with prominent wood grain, was chosen to compliment the home’s original woodwork and built-ins. The cabinets also coordinate well with new door casings, trim, and patio door that have a similar wood grain and stain. Brushed nickel pulls will be added to the drawers and door-fronts to finish the installation.

The new cabinets feature soft close drawers and doors.
New cabinets & casings: The wood grain and color of the cabinets were chosen to complement existing woodwork in this 1927 Colonial home. The new casings for the widened doorway were also finished to match the rest of the home's original trim.
Brushed nickel pulls complete the cabinetry installation.

Adding Color

Once the cabinetry is installed it’s time to paint. Our clients chose a muted sage color for the Kitchen. The color is a lighter complement to the darker cabinetry finish.  The small Powder Room is getting a bright orange pop of color. The bright paint color will create a vibrant feeling in a small space.

Site protection for the new cabinets during painting. The new wall color is Mineral Deposit by Sherwin Williams.
The new Powder Room is getting a fun pop of color with Copper Harbor by Sherwin Williams.