Quite the transformation! Custom was hired to do a kitchen remodel in Summerfield. First we removed the soffit above the upper cabinets to gain an additional 12″ of storage space. The peninsula was replaced with a 90″ island. The dishwasher was relocated to the left side of the sink to provide a more functional layout. Pewter cabinets with a navy island were selected with beautiful Quartz countertops and finished with a classic white subway tile. Under cabinet lighting, pendants above the island and overhead canned lights were a perfect solution to providing more light in the space. We were even able to incorporate one of my new favorite options for floor tile to complete the look.
This was a beautiful kitchen transformation. We started with a kitchen that was originally built in 1965. It had damaged vinyl flooring, dated appliances, and it basically just looked like it was a kitchen from 1965. We literally removed everything from the kitchen, then started fresh.
This white kitchen has an 11 foot custom made walnut island. The white farm sink is complimented with an oil rubbed bronze bridge faucet. Tons of storage with white shaker style cabinets and two floor to ceiling pantries. The contractor couldn’t believe how many drawers we put in here, 35 total. A custom made hanging rack in the corner is perfect for storing cookware, and is also oil rubbed bronze to match the our bridge faucet and the cabinetry hardware. We did a classic, yet simple and clean white tile back splash. Which is also used under the island where the bar stools sit. The contractor left the right side of the sink open, with two shelves supported with simple white corbels. Then finished with a lovely traditional oak hard wood floor. Call us today and lets see what kind of transformation we can make for you!