Collegeville Kitchen Remodel
This family was looking for a Kitchen Remodel. Our design approach revolved around seamlessly blending modern aesthetics with pet-friendly features. We created an open and inviting atmosphere, making the most of natural light and optimizing the flow of the space. The renovated first floor exudes contemporary elegance, providing the perfect backdrop for our client’s top-tier appliances and four-legged family members.
ORIGINAL FLOOR PLAN
The original floor plan featured an open concept between the kitchen and den. The Dining Room was split off away in the corner making the kitchen that much smaller. The rest of the layout would remain the same, leaving us to make cosmetic changes.
NEW FLOOR PLAN
The new floor plan introduces a much bigger open concept design between the kitchen and den. We knocked down the wall between the Dining Room and Living Room in order to extend the kitchen, leaving room for more appliances, and counter space. Since we eliminated the formal dining room, we agreed on a two-tiered kitchen island to add seating space. In their den, we added a new sliding door, updated the recessed lighting, put down new carpeting, and resurfaced their fireplace. We also freshened up the foyer by revamping their staircase, fresh paint, and a new Chandelier. New light fixtures, doorknobs, and flooring were installed throughout the first floor. These cosmetic changes really brightened up the space and allowed for the modern touches that we were looking for.
Our clients wanted a bright kitchen with modern finishes. We chose to go with all stainless steel appliances, along with herringbone tile, and these globe-like Lucas pendants.
CABINETSWe selected bright white cabinets accompanied by silver hardware to match the stainless steel appliances. In order to add contrast, we installed a blue, two-tiered kitchen island with a white Quartz top. We also installed feeding bowls in two of the bottom cabinets to add a feeding space for their dogs. Perfect for quick storage and keeping the kitchen neat.
TILE & STONE
White Cabinets meant that we had the opportunity to play with textures. We elected to go with marble granite countertops and backsplashes along with herringbone white tile.
The outcome is a well balanced mix of patterns and textures.