New cabinets were added along with updated lighting, backsplash tile and marble countertops. Floating shelves and a raised dishwasher made for easier accessibility. Refinished hardwood floors finished off the look.
SUNSET (3 PHOTOS)
An addition to the house allowed us to double the size of the kitchen. We maximized the new space with additional storage and cabinets, and added a wow factor with new granite countertops, lighting and backsplash tile.
ROSLYN (4 PHOTOS)
We gave existing cabinets a fresh coat of paint, then installed quartz countertops and backsplash. Updated lighting and new cabinet hardware helped give this outdated kitchen an efficient facelift.
SOUTH MAIN (5 PHOTOS)
We kept all the charm of this 1920’s kitchen but added some much-needed lighting, quartz countertops and backsplash. We refinished the floors to complement the new amenities.
RED HAWK (8 PHOTOS)
This total kitchen renovation features updated lighting, new cabinets, backsplash and hardware, and a farmhouse style sink to match the overall architecture of the rest of the home.
VIRGINIA (7 PHOTOS)
We brightened up this kitchen with a lot of lighting inside, below and above the cabinets. We also added a new window over the sink and a new double door at the rear exterior behind the kitchen.
STONEBROOK (5 PHOTOS)
This kitchen went from basic to beautiful with new leathered quartz countertops and backsplash. We also took existing cabinets and added a fresh coat of paint to make them look new again.
CLAMOOR (5 PHOTOS)
We added more work space to this kitchen by installing a new island. We also replaced the doors on the kitchen’s existing cabinets and added quartz countertops and backsplash.
STANCLIFF (10 PHOTOS)
This kitchen needed a total rehab and that’s just what we gave it! We updated everything, including the cabinets, quartz countertops and backsplash. We also installed lighting that was both eye-catching and functional.
SPRINGDALE (4 PHOTOS)
We designed this kitchen to embrace the home’s Craftsman style, adding a custom-built range hood and inset cabinetry with antique brass hardware. We also installed countertop-to-ceiling subway tile and floating shelves.
SHERWOOD (3 PHOTOS)
To open up more space, we removed a wall between the existing den and kitchen. Then we added an island, put in new cabinets and leathered quartz countertops, and relocated the washer & dryer in a cabinet near the refrigerator.
BUTTONWOOD (4 PHOTOS)
In this kitchen rehab, we took down the wall between the hallway and the kitchen. This gave us space to add new cabinets and quartz countertops. We finished off the kitchen with new flooring, tile and lighting.