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Red Country transformed to Coastal Beauty



This kitchen is quite the transformation!

When my client moved into this house, they had the vision and could see the potential that it had! Would you be able to see past this red country kitchen?




The layout of the former kitchen with the location of the oven, fridge and peninsula made the whole area feel cramped. It also made the room seem smaller than it actually was!


We reimagined where everything would go - this kitchen needed to be functional for a family of 6! We needed to make sure there was plenty of countertop space, a better work flow and adapt a more modern, coastal aesthetic that they wanted to incorporate throughout the rest of the house. All while still keeping some of the charm of this older home.




As you can see, the opening into the dining room was switched to the right and the exterior door was removed. This allowed us to gain more cabinetry space and we were able to move the oven closer to the sink for better work flow.



The picture shown above is a rendering of the kitchen layout that was approved before the project started. It clearly shows how much more spacious the kitchen will be. Who knew there was enough space for an island!


So much thought and planning went into this room to make it what it is today. Custom details like the brushed gold metal band around the bottom of the hood, v-groove island ends, and an integrated spice drawer make it both functional and beautiful. It's all in the little details!



Here are some of the material sources that helped bring the room to life:

Flooring - Coretec Cairo Oak

White cabinets - BM OC-23 White Dove

Wood cabinets - Hickory w/ custom stain

Countertops - Silestone, Eternal Calacatta Gold

Tile Backsplash - Kingston White 3 x 8 polished

Frigidaire appliances


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