Finished White and Gray Kitchen Reveal
We finally finished our remodel the end of May. With kiddos home for the summer, not having any renovations errands to do, enjoying the finished outcome, its been hard to get motivated to put our finished pictures and information up, but here it is:
Cabinetry-custom made by Summit Custom Cabinets(local) � painted BM Simply White, island stain- custom color
Wall Paint- Kitchen-BM Nimbus Rest of house-BM-Revere Pewter
Flooring- 5" quartersawn, rustic grade, hand scraped white oak- 50% Dark Walnut- 50% Provincial
Appliances-Refrigerator-Samsung, Everything else-GE Monogram
Sink � Blanco Diamond Single Bowl-White
Countertops - Granite (island)- Bianco Romano Quartz Ceasarstone Raven(perimeter)
Backsplash-Marble Random Strip Bianco Venatino
Pendants -Sundance Catalog- Meridian
Cabinetry Hardware- Colonial Bronze - Distressed Pewter
4 Panel Sliding Glass Door- Home Depot-Anderson Doors & Windows
Barstools - Pottery Barn- Jacquelyne Counter Height stools
I don't think I have anything special that I haven't seen elsewhere, but I do have everything I love. I do not regret any choices or decisions made.
From the before pictures, you can tell that our 1978 house was very sectional and not opened up. We were very fortunate that we had a screened in porch off our kitchen that we were able to convert to kitchen space. The opening/doorway from the kitchen into the living room was only about a four feet opening. In the remodel, we were able to open the space between the two. Has made a huge difference. We also removed the wall between the now dining room and the living room. I love this-it gives us a line of sight from the kitchen to the front door. Previously had to walk out of kitchen and actually into the entry way to see who was at the door. We made a lot of structural changes in an older home into a much wanted open concept. This also included adding support in the basement to support the removal of a load bearing wall on the main level.
If I have left out any details that you would like more information, let me know.
Use to be a wall between the dining room and the living room.
This post was edited by 1pandora on Thu, Jul 11, 13 at 22:03