Contemporary Kitchen Remodel Done in a Two Tone Color
This was a very small outdated kitchen in an older home that did not function well for a young family. They needed it to be more open, airy and functional and modern. We decided to take a wall out between the kitchen and the living area in order to open up the space. We also incorporated the dining area into the new kitchen and were able to give them a large island that can seat all the family as well as help with food prep and homework which the family can enjoy for years to come. This new layout helped with the traffic flow to the outdoors as well. Even the entry became more open and inviting once the half wall was removed.
The new cabinets were done in the Bridgewood ERA Allure door in gloss pure white while the island was done in textured cottage oak. We then installed a new quartz countertop and a glass subway tile backsplash in blue/grey. To complete the new look we installed a Cortech Blackstone oak floor.