Monday, April 6, 2009

Charming 1920s Bungalow Cottage Kitchen Renovation

After we renovated their bathroom (see earlier post), the clients asked us to stay on and renovate their kitchen. We removed the laundry room entirely and relocated the washer/dryer unit to the exterior, moved the previous doorway to where the kitchen window was, added a telephone nook, refinished the kitchen cabinets with new paint and hardware, painted the walls and ceiling, installed all new flooring and period-appropriate tile, installed a new dishwasher and microwave vent hood, custom-built 2 cabinets above the refrigerator and stove, and installed all new vintage-style lighting and fixtures from Restoration Hardware. It went from a cramped kitchen with almost no room to sit to a bright, charming kitchen with enough room for a table and 4 chairs, and space to move around comfortably. See before, during and after pictures below:

BEFORE Pictures of the Kitchen










DURING Pictures of the Kitchen












AFTER Pictures of the Kitchen










To see more kitchens we've done, click HERE to go to Kitchens under the Project Photos section.

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2 comments:

geos said...

nice work

Anonymous said...

So glad to see black/white tile - I'm sick of the same ol' granite in everyones kitchen - this is delightfully old school yet refreshing to see! Love it!
The Italian Cricket

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