Kitchen Before/Afters of all Shapes and Sizes

We love to start our week off with inspiration. Nothing will motivate you to have a great Monday more than some incredible kitchen transformations. There’s a reason they call the kitchen the heart of the home, and that’s why they happen to be our favorite spaces to create. The inspiration never ends, so be sure to check out our before and after round ups for Master Bedrooms and Master Bathrooms!

before

Our Denver Tudor Project is one of our most popular remodels of all times. We don’t get an opportunity to do smaller spaces that often, so it was exciting for us (and you guys!) to make this small-scale tudor house feel huge. Our client Ashely wanted a facelift for her new home. She’s the owner of the beautiful Park Floral Design, and she needed to live in a space that was equally inspiring.

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after

We couldn’t have been more excited when she told us she was dreaming of green cabinetry. We used Forest Green by Benjamin Moore, and paired it with graphic tile from the Cement Tile Shop to really take this space to the next level.

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Our Highland Remodel started as a beautiful kitchen, but our client wanted a modern update. They were ready for a big change, and we were excited to deliver because their style was a bit more glam than what we usually do.

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after

We kept the initial layout the same, changing the appliances. Our client wanted a grand range over wall ovens, so we were able to elevate the style of the space and have room for a larger fridge. We chose a really cool paint color for the cabinetry, Normandy Blue by Benjamin Moore. We tied in the nickel appliances with pendant lighting.

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We’re pretty jealous of the owners of our Calabasas Remodel because their laundry room connects right to the kitchen. Both spaces were ready for a change, and we wanted to make sure they still tied in together.

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after

Our clients loved navy, so we carried throughout the entire home. Blue Note by Benjamin Moore was our choice here, used on the cabinetry in the kitchen island and into the laundry room. Pendants frame the beautiful range, and is surrounded by glossy herringbone that carries to the ceiling for a dramatic effect.

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The kitchen of our Riverbottoms Remodel was dated, with strange angles. It just felt heavy. With an armful of kids and an energetic dog, our client needed a bright kitchen that felt open and inviting.

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We started by straightening out the angled cabinetry on the kitchen island and covering it in Charlotte Slate by Benjamin Moore. Brass hardware, details in the pendant and wooden seating brought warmth.

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We were so excited to work with Anne Sage in her kitchen remodel! She wanted this small space to feel large, open, and bigger than it is.

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We wanted a kitchen that was high contrast so we went light with finishes are dark with appliances. Even the accessories and decor have black details. The space is very small, but we didn’t skimp on the details. Hand formed clay and beautiful cabinetry make all the difference.

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