When the homeowners purchased this 1970's bi-level home, it had a small, dark, enclosed kitchen with a non-working dishwasher (not even near the sink!!!). They knew they would soon like to remodel the kitchen. Their dream was to remove the wall separating the dining room and make the whole first floor more open. With the re-design, we did remove the dining room wall, but we also designed arched openings with columns to create more architectural interest. The homeowners chose an upper semi-custom cabinet called Showplace (Harrisburg, South Dakota). They did white perimeters and a dark coffee brown on the island in earth-friendly Eucalyptus wood.
by the end of March. Ed Garrett Construction was the General Contractor for this remodel. http://www.garretthomeimprovement.com/about/
AFTER PICS by Dawn M Smith Photography, Xenia, OH
Cabinets: Showplace Wood Products
Perimeter: Concord Flush Inset - White
Island: Concord Eucalyptus - Coffee
Countertops: Viatera Everest
Tile: Florida Tile, Bliss Series, Waterfall Color
Tile behind Range: Complete Tile Collection, Vermeere Series, handmade ceramic tile in Light Ocean Breeze color.
Sink: Blanco Silgranit Diamond Super Single
Appliances: 24" Sharp Microwave Drawer, Wolf Range and Hood, Thermador Dishwasher.
Lighting by Lyons Lighting. Brand? Series?
Hardware: Jeffrey Alexander "Belcastel" Series in Polished Nickel and Bronze
Dayton, Ohio Kitchen Remodel 2015