Raise your hand if you remember our client’s pine-clad space. If you don’t, stop reading now and check out all of the before photos.
After demolishing nearly the entire main level, the remodel is drawing to a close and looking and functioning as a completely new space. Hold on to your hats, because this is a striking difference:
Is that insane, or what?! Okay, how about another, because I find before and after makeovers to be the best. Before:
I know, pick your jaw up off of your device. That door that previously led to the garage was moved to the entry, allowing for a better kitchen flow and more cabinetry. Removing the wall allows for easy flow between the living spaces, making entertaining a breeze.
A walnut clad vent hood adds much-needed warmth to the white cabinet perimeter, with brushed brass accents for a bit of bling.
A 36 inch Bertazzoni range looks like a functional masterpiece.
It’s hard to tell in the before shots, but the island was only 30 inches away from the perimeter, making opening the dishwasher barely possible. Now, there’s enough room to have both the range and dishwasher open.
The dishwasher is tucked into the island, next to the beautiful enamel coated cast iron sink apron front sink.
With all of the precise, hard lines, we chose a slightly varied subway tile to create a handmade look.
The back splash is grey with a crackle finish, wavy in texture, and full of charm. Truly, the icing on the cake.
That’s all for now, stay tuned for more before and after goodness of the living and dining spaces. Until then, what’s your favorite part of the remodel? I love the open, functional layout, the walnut hood, and the tile back splash.