Homeowners were uninspired by their out-dated kitchen and wanted a fresh design they could enjoy, while being marketable to potential buyers or tenants in the near future. Clients wanted to keep budget-friendly options on the table as to save money for purchasing a new home.
What we did:
-Selected all artwork and decor
-Hand-embroidered diamond design on curtains
-Repainted existing cabinets and added new hardware
-Selected new exhaust, sink and faucet to maximize limited counter space
-Painted walls: clients wanted to bring color into the space but didn't want the permanence of colored tile.
-Selected new counter tops: we chose walnut butcher block to warm up the cool gray tones and make the space more cozy and inviting.
-Selected new back-splash: clients liked the look of subway tile but did not want a style that was overdone. TPN selected a larger-scale, elongated tile to give the feel of subway tile, while remaining distinct.
"I'm really happy with the way it turned out. I wasn't sure of the color at first but now that it's in here, I can't imagine a better choice! I actually enjoy doing dishes now"