This kitchen project was a redo of a redo! For this project, the client lived in this house for many years, long enough to redo the kitchen that they had done in the 90’s. This remodel also included the addition of a mudroom and breakfast room that opened up to the kitchen and let in light from many sides. The final product was dramatic, bright and cheery. We raised the cabinets removing the soffit and used a peninsula to separate the back door from the kitchen proper. I love when a client is brave and uses color! We updated the 90’s green for a softer more current pale green. The color pop and use of decorative mullions in the glass doors are some of the most stunning and unique aspects of this new fresh kitchen, remodel!
This project was extra special for me as I played in this kitchen when I was a kid! When I was 12 and riding my bike to my friend’s house I never could have imagined that one day I would be redesigning their kitchen! Having known the family for so many years I am happy to say the trust was there on day one. We got to play and play hard with this space! I can say it is one of my favorites because I love the family so much. We kept the general layout intact. This client is a known for being a great cook. When she cooks she does so for an army! After so many years functioning in this space it was hard to move her out of her habits. While enhancing the storage she had, my approach was to “tweak” the function versu start all over with layout. My approach to the look of the space, on the other hand, was a different story! This family loves to vacation on the slopes and I sense some Colorado “ski lodge” as well as other sensibilities in the design. We used high quality cabinets with a unique, […]
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