Project Springdale is complete and it’s time to reveal some Before & After shots. Like I said many times before, it’s so rewarding to see your design coming together, seeing what a difference it makes in my clients life.
The kitchen was in much need of a renovation as the previous homeowners had retrofitted the original kitchen in a somewhat “creative” way. It was outdated and in lack of both storage and counter surface. The oak doors were dated and the client was looking for a new fresh white kitchen while still maintaining wood and warmth.
To keep with the clients budget, we decided to work with IKEA cabinetry and then splurge on a nice caesarstone countertop.
The original layout had a dividing wall, separating the kitchen from the dining room. We opened that one up to allow for a brighter and larger kitchen. When the house was renovated years ago, the previous owner decided to maintain the original exterior wall between the addition and the original house. Even the door and window was kept in place. In order to achieve a better layout and flow for the kitchen, we demolished part of that wall and removed the door and window. A beautiful birch framed picture window was added Instead which now allows for natural light from the back to reach into the kitchen while still maintaining the separation between spaces which the client requested.