Before & After: Dream Kitchen

February 20, 2019 1 min read

Before and after of a kitchen renovation, before with white cabinets and a wood top island, and after with white cabinets, a stainless steel fridge and stove and marble top island.

Creating contrast in this space made all the difference with this kitchen remodel. Removing the breakfast bar really opened up the room and gave this kitchen a bigger feel and made it feel much more welcoming.

So many beautiful upgrades were added to give it a timeless feel including the tiled backsplash behind the range, a beautiful quartz island for meal prep and durable laminate flooring for cleaning up messes great and small.

Lighting upgrades flood the room with warm light and add character to the room highlighting all of the dimensions, including the painted accent wall.



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