The owners did not like that the kitchen felt confined and cut off from the living room, and poor lighting and dark walls caused the room to feel even smaller than it was. The countertops and cabinets were dated, and the lack of cabinetry around the refrigerator made for an unfinished look. Additionally, the breakfast area was wasted space because the clients never used it for dining.
What the owners wanted:
An open concept with the living room
A modern farmhouse look
Shiplap on an accent wall
A custom range hood
The finished product displays white shaker cabinets, herringbone subway tile, a custom range hood, and LED recessed lighting. This dark and dated kitchen is now transformed into a bright and modern space with a farmhouse touch!