I’ve already shown you a couple of master bathrooms that Connie and I updated, so this week I want to show you a kitchen. Charlene’s kitchen was one of the first remodels that we took down to the bare walls. Here are a few before pictures. You can’t help but notice the white cabinets, white countertops, white tile and white appliances. It positively glares at you.
The new cabinets are an off white with a chocolate glaze and bronze hardware. We added recessed lighting in the ceiling, accent lighting above the cabinets, under-cabinet lights to illuminate the work area and three pendants over the peninsula.
We chose St. Cecelia granite to compliment the cabinet color and used an antique style art glass for the display cabinets.
We even had enough room to add a narrow island for additional work and storage space.
Charlene chose stainless steel appliances, and the decorative vent hood houses a power module and has a stainless steel liner to make for easy clean up.
A local artist painted the bowl of fruit on the front of the vent hood cabinet. The decorative grape molding and the corbels on the island are from Enkeboll Designs.
Now that you’ve toured Charlene’s kitchen, head on over to Susan’s place at Between Naps on the Porch for some more fantastic makeovers.