With this dated home, our client was looking for a rebirth and regeneration of her kitchen, master bathroom, entertainment center, and fireplace. When we asked our designer Veronica Newton, who designed the entire project, what the owner didn’t like about her home she said " It was dated and white thermofoil. She wanted to update it and make it her own space". As for what she wanted to change? ‘Everything’ was the response. Below you'll see what the home looked like before.
“Outdated” is the best way to describe this home and our designer Veronica was more than happy to take on this challenging job. As the process began the client decided she wanted to turn her drab home into her own warm and inviting bungalow paradise. The biggest decisions the client made were choosing a custom paint color for her cabinets (the part of the project that took the longest) and designing a custom hood that wouldn’t completely overpower her kitchen. Veronica also helped her design a beautiful custom fireplace.
The end result is truly incredible!
This kitchen features Bishop Cabinetry, with raised panel custom “Bar Harbor” doors. The custom paint color is “Hepplewhite Ivory” with a chocolate glaze. This kitchen also features custom glass and 3CM Normandy granite countertops.
This unique entertainment center features Lyptus style, Dura Supreme Cabinetry. The craftsman doors were designed with custom Louvered inserts and a Chestnut stain, and custom matching wood tops.
This gorgeous master bathroom features Dura Supreme Cabinetry. These Maple, craftsman doors have custom Louvered inserts. The beautiful cabinet color is zinc with a shadow glaze. The countertops and tub deck are Cambria quartz in Praa Sands.
Our designer Veronica said the client is beyond satisfied with the end result. Her exact words were that it looked “…amazing and fabulous”. Veronica said the process went very smoothly and she’s also very happy with the new spaces. The transformation is truly incredible.
We've been working with this client for over two years now and still have continuing projects with her that we are just as excited about as these spaces. To see more of our work at Kitchen Innovations we recommend heading to our Houzz page by clicking here. You can even start an ideabook with us!
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