Let me back up and tell you a little about our kitchen before the remodel. First, it is a small space and we did not have the luxury (time or money) of being able to remove walls and re-configure. So the same footprint remained but everything else went. We live in a 1950s home and Jennifer (co-owner and general contractor) was concerned we might have some electrical and plumbing challenges. Luckily, when they opened up the walls, there were a few out-of-date issues but nothing that was not manageable (for them – wouldn’t trust an amateur here). They upgraded electrical, water shut-off valves and other stuff I don’t really understand (or want to) to make us feel nice and safe. Our cabinets and drawers were one of our biggest targets.
One of the most exciting parts of our work is seeing the transformation that occurs through the kitchen design and remodeling process. Here are pictures of three kitchens with the “before” picture adjacent to an “after” picture of the same angle. In some cases, the footprint did not vary greatly but the results are still dramatic. Let us know what you think about the finished results!