Do you love looking at before and after pictures of projects as much as we do? On some projects the before and pictures are quite dramatic. Views open up, the kitchen moves, walls are taken out. This project isn’t like that. The changes weren’t enormous, but they made a big impact.
This home was built in the 1950’s and had never been updated. It was time. As you can see in the before photos, everything was original, from the countertops to the layout. Our goal was to honor the original design while also modernizing it. We did that by improving the lighting, updating all of the finishes (we’re talking cabinets, countertops, backsplash, flooring, paint, all of it!) and building structural support to aforementioned beautiful ceiling. Have a look.
Kitchen to dining room
The galley kitchen really works in this house. But, it was dark. We updated the lighting, installed white quartz countertops, white oak cabinets by Smith and Vallee, and painted a few key walls white. It made a huge difference.
Again, the white oak cabinets are really central to lightening up this kitchen. The original cabinets were dark and overpowering. In addition, we moved the refrigerator, updated the appliances and installed slate flooring.
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After photos courtesy of Chris DiNottia.