Modern, minimalist kitchens are all the rage right now. Besides their trendy aspects, these kitchens are incredibly functional – they’re clutter free, feature more open-space, are easier to clean and safer to rummage around.
A homeowner in Roxborough, inspired by minimalist home trends, wanted to transform her kitchen into a sleek cooking haven. She gave JR Carpentry & Tile a call knowing we could get the job done right.
During the consultation, we discussed different ideas for the kitchen. She wanted to replace the old floors, cabinets and lights. To keep the area free from clutter, we decided to add extended cabinetry. Our client also wanted a new backsplash to give the room more texture.
Our team got to work on a crisp fall day and began by replacing the previous oak cabinets with new, pure white kitchen cabinets. We added extended cabinetry down the wall to give our client extra storage. Now she has enough room to store all her kitchen utensils, and then some!
Keeping to a monochromatic theme, we upgraded the old floor tiles with white wash porcelain tile faux wood planks. The new floors instantly gave the kitchen an open floor-plan feel while adding a dash of Scandinavian charm to the space. But we weren’t done there!
Turning our attention to the light, which can instantly make a room feel larger when done right, we replaced the old fixtures with new recessed lighting. While we were at it, we brought the kitchen up to code as far as electrical requirements go.
Finally, we installed a white glass tile backsplash, adding character and texture to the kitchen while still maintaining the minimalist look. It’s also incredibly easy to wipe down and keep clean. We made sure everything not only looked modern, but was extremely functional as well.
The final result? A stunning new kitchen that looks like it could grace the cover of a home magazine!
Feeling inspired to bring your own dream kitchen to life? Click here to get your free kitchen remodeling quote from JR Carpentry & Tile today.
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