White shiplap, painted cabinets, and open cabinets infuse the kitchen with farmhouse flair. With the dishwasher now tucked into the island, dirty dish drips are a thing of the previous. Dated observe lighting and lackluster cupboards created a kitchen design that appeared caught in the past. Plus, the dishwasher was nowhere near the sink, causing soiled dishes to depart a path of water as they went from sink to dishwasher. This earlier than-and-after kitchen rework reconfigured the layout and added cottage-style charm. To brighten the kitchen, the original cupboards have been painted crisp white and a light blue-grey. Veined white quartzite changed the dark granite countertops.
Knocking out a wall between the kitchen and the dining room drastically improved how the house is used. Removing the island was the main precedence on this kitchen remodel; a close second was changing the builder-grade cabinets with semi-custom cabinetry. The island was replaced with a peninsula, giving the homeowners higher site visitors flow and an informal seating area. A colourful but subtle backsplash adds persona and allure to this kitchen rework. For lower than $9,000, the kitchen now sports activities dramatic black cupboards and granite veneer counter tops.
White cabinetry and whitewashed oak flooring give this kitchen a beachy vibe. The double-wide island, which is more than a foot wider than the original, supplies a focal point in addition to a storage boost. Subway tiles in seafoam green give the kitchen a boost of color. The smooth, glossy tiles run to the ceiling, providing a textural changeup from all the wood.
A built-in fridge traces up with the island, allowing a straight path from the mudroom to the breakfast space. The boxy design of this 1943 residence needed a new plan that would remove the wall between the kitchen and dining room.