Fun, Modern with a Vintage Twist.

The classic problem in the 1970's house: cramped kitchen, bad lighting, not enough counter space. This kitchen was due for not just modern upgraded fixtures, but upgraded space! The homeowners love to entertain and felt like they were missing out, having to cook in the sequestered kitchen. By removing the wall between the kitchen, dining, and living rooms, as well as the dropped ceiling in the kitchen, the space felts twice as big! Creating a central gathering area with the island and separate bar keeps the bulk of the entertaining space in the living room while still feeling welcome to the kitchen. Some vintage inspired finishes, the homeowners own art and lighting selections, and a bright cabinetry, add a lot of personality to the room. 


Remodeling and Home Design