This kitchen used to be closed off in a horseshoe. It had outdated tile counters and there was a need for storage space. Walls were removed and the entire space is now a welcoming open concept design.
The wall cabinets are StarMark Maple in Stone with Stratford doors.
The homeowners upgraded to a double oven with a style range hood over the island.
Adding a change of cabinetry with the kitchen in island is a great new design trend! StarMark Hickory in Slate.
The kitchen island was created to be multilevel for cooking and dining in comfort.
In the corner of this room used to be an old fashioned beehive fireplace taking up space that could be better utilized for entertaining.
This opening used to be multiple arch entryways. We widened the entry but kept the play place space.
This space is used for an extra play area as well as wine storage.
We raised the entire roofline to create a more airy, open space. The dining area used to be a sunken space.
We love these unique pendant lights over the dining room table.
Not only was more storage space added, but we were also able to get creative with how we utilized the space. Here are two sliding spice racks.
This open space used to be four different closed off rooms. Brand new flooring ties the space together.
This 1970’s home was a very classic, Southwestern style filled with arch doorways. There were a sunken dining room and low ceilings to match. The rooms were very closed in and cut off from each other.
The homeowners wanted to remove the entire middle section of their home and rebuild it with higher ceilings and an open, airy concept.
The transformation from dated and enclosed to modern and spacious was exactly what the homeowners needed.