This kitchen started with a “tired” and cramped look. We transformed this space into a sophisticated kitchen space that anyone would want to spend time in! The challenge was to create an space that was open and inviting while maintaining the charm of the Tudor home. The existing floor plan hindered the homeowner’s entertaining needs and style. By removing the wall between the kitchen and the dining room we were able to open the space to accommodate the space needed to entertain.

Interesting materials were used throughout the kitchen to spice things up a little. One unique feature is a raised bar surface constructed from reclaimed white oak from Minnesota. The cappuccino stain on the walnut cabinets is the perfect compliment to the Ceasarstone Champagne Limestone on the countertops against the wall and on the island. For a splash of color a mixture of glass and tumbled slate tiles were used for the backsplash. The use of texture and unique materials lends itself to a modernized look set in a timeless aesthetic.

For some insight into a remodeling project check out our article here.