Overall view of kitchen. The peninsula used to be the wall!
This is another shot of the remodeled kitchen showcasing the copper apron sink. Dark hardware and fixtures keep the vintage feel while the cabinets keep it crisp and updated.
The addition of the blue 1x1 tiles on the backsplash gave the homeowners just the detail they needed!
this view really showcases the wonderful peninsula we added once we removed the wall between kitchen and dining room.
You can really see the detail of the sink here. The copper echoes the fixtures and ties in with the backsplash quite well. It contrasts with the white cabinets so the eye is drawn fully-around this kitchen.
The oversized (much larger than regular pendants) schoolhouse style lights not only add to the vintage feel, but give off just the right amount of light a family needs at the bar.
this view shows the shower tile with the dark gray grout and how it ties into the dark cabinet and mirror.
the vintage style light and carrara marble make the bath renovation look timeless. the fresh light gray walls and subway tile make the bathroom much roomier and open.
Really the same angle (ish). The cabinets before were old and worn. The layout was stunted and awkward. Opening up a wall to the kitchen from dining room made the biggest difference. Schoolhouse lights, a great peninsula and bright white cabinets round it out.
his corner of the kitchen really was fun! Well, fun can only last so long. When the wall came out, the refrigerator moved and a great corner workspace was the solution. Blue 1x1 tiles for a backsplash add detail while the white cabinets keep it clean and fresh.
This small bath served as the family's main bathroom. There was no place for storage with a pedestal sink, so a vanity was added. The configuration of the bath stayed the same but the lighting was suspended from the ceiling to draw your eye all the way up. carrara marble completes this vintage look.
oh yeah it needed a remodel!
This door.. cool. The useability of the kitchen... not!
There already was another door that could access the deck so, the solution was to replace the door with a window and give the kitchen a full makeover!