Kitchen $45,000-$75,000 Category
Best kitchen project with a total project cost $45,000 - $75,000.
Project # 2: OLD WORLD FEEL
This 1993 home was lacking some serious architectural interest! After all the pink walls, bows, and roses were gone, interior design was our focus. The step-in pantry was removed, and the fridge relocated, so we could give this kitchen some drama. The brick build-out at the range creates an old-world feel, while the white cabinets, quartz countertops, and marble backsplash bring in the new. The custom blue island adds character, while the mixing of metals and textures add to the space. With the mirrored build-out opposite the kitchen, this home finally has the presence it deserves!
Roof Truss Supply Inc.
Project # 3: CHERRY CABINETRY
This outdated, tightly compartmentalized 1980’s kitchen with a peninsula, falling-apart cabinets and a poor appliance layout was a cook’s nightmare! Re-configuring the kitchen layout opened the space to allow for an island and a beverage center where guests can gather, rather than under the cook’s feet. The new appliance package provides increased functionality and safety. This cook was also excited about her new cabinets which included many storage accessories that make cooking a pleasure. This kitchen is now an entertaining space that invites everyone to enjoy good food, good friends and good company!
Project #4: LIGHTEN UP
Transforming this tiny kitchen into a large open space gave our clients the entertaining kitchen they desired. The light gray cabinets on the perimeter complimented by a dark island and marbled quartz countertops created a classic combination. Added features like the frosted glass in the upper cabinets, under-cabinet lighting, pendants over the island and LED toe-kick lighting, are guaranteed to wow their guests! The finishing details like the luxury vinyl planks on the floor and over-sized gray subway backsplash tied it all together. Marrying function and aesthetic, we were able to give our clients the home upgrade of their dreams!
American Dream Design Build
Project # 5: YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS UP
We recently renovated a home that initially left our crew in shock. The previous homeowner was unable to walk upstairs where the home’s bathroom was located and found it easiest at the time to install a new toilet and shower downstairs, right in the middle of the kitchen. With much of the home’s original structure not built to code, the team had their work cut out for them. We reinforced the ceilings and floor, upgraded the electrical and plumbing, and was able to create a beautiful kitchen that was inviting, suitable for entertaining, and toilet-free.
R4 Construction LLC