A Retro Kitchen

This kitchen started as a small, cramped, and outdated space. Now, it’s a spacious entertainment area with a retro look. A brick wall with a fireplace was removed to open the space between the living area and the kitchen. To give color and luminosity to this unique space we used mosaic tile and a glass countertop to spice up this kitchen. While we used retro pieces like the vintage-styled refrigerator to give the space a mid-century look we also used more modern touches like the stainless steel cabinet details.

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A Kitchen For: Small Spaces

The galley kitchen that we started with in this house was dated, out of style, and lacking in functionality. An L shaped cabinet closed off the space from the rest of the house and contributed to the small, closed off feeling of the kitchen. By removing the imposing cabinets the kitchen area was opened to the breakfast and living areas. Cork flooring was used throughout the living and kitchen area to unite the spaces and create an updated look. A counter-depth refrigerator was used instead of a free standing unit to improve the walkway and sight lines.

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A Kitchen For: The Heart of Your Home

The kitchen is quickly becoming the most important room in the house. As families choose to stay in for dinner and entertainment instead of going out, kitchens are becoming more casual. These casual settings are the backdrop for quality time with the family, dinner parties with friends, and children working on their homework. These reasons are exactly what prompted this family to make their kitchen the center of their home.

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A Kitchen For: The Best Bang For Your Buck

Home and Garden Television’s show, Bang For Your Buck, highlighted three Dallas-area remodels. Receiving top honors was this Coppell kitchen designed by Kitchen Design Concepts. This Tuscan inspired kitchen is projected to add about $72,000 to the value of their home! In addition to boasting an 80% return on their investment, host of the show Vern Yip praises the design saying it is “the perfect marriage of function and aesthetics.”

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A Kitchen For: The Dogs

That’s right, we designed this kitchen with our four-legged friends in mind. This kitchen had to withstand the constant wear and tear of the home-owners four dogs. This dog-friendly and easy to clean kitchen has details and finishes that coordinate with the remainder of the house. The simple, clean look uses contemporary materials while maintaining a soft look.

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