The original space was neither modern or mid-century. Some of original furnishings spoke to the style of the homeowner, but the space was stuck in the 80s. No one could have enjoyed cooking and entertaining at the same time in the old boxed in kitchen. 

Before photo

Before photo

Before of the kitchen space was completely cut off from the rest of the home. 

Before of the kitchen space was completely cut off from the rest of the home. 

The clean lines of the existing space gave way easily to the desired remodel. We took to tearing out walls to create a new flow to the homes main living area. This is the most substancially altering stage. With walls removed, the homeowner can see the new vision is going to be a reality. 

Wide open space awaiting cabinets and kitchen build out.  

Wide open space awaiting cabinets and kitchen build out.  

No longer do we have walls cutting off the enjoyment of this space. The new kitchen is open to possibilities!  

No longer do we have walls cutting off the enjoyment of this space. The new kitchen is open to possibilities!  

The new stylish lighting sets the tone for the mid-century feel.  

The new stylish lighting sets the tone for the mid-century feel.  

Details of tile that runs up to the ceiling, and the unique wood faced cabinetry are speaking to the future remodeled face of this kitchen. Where one stood melamine white cabinets, now stands beautiful woodgrained cabniets.

The wood cabinets are getting us excited to see the finished look.  

The wood cabinets are getting us excited to see the finished look.  

That sink is a beaut! It looks out over the dining area, allowing for everyone to be together while the host cooks. After installing it, we can see how gatherings of friends and family will eat, chat, and share stories in and around this kitchen. 

Next up the final installation and finish work will be done. This is going to be a beautiful transformation! We will keep you posted.  

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