Boone Trail Project Story

When we were first contacted by these homeowners, they were looking for a kitchen remodel. They really wanted to be able to fit a large table in the kitchen for their family rather than have to use the adjoining dining room for casual chats and projects. They were also tired of the brick enclosure around their cooktop and double ovens and were looking for a brighter kitchen with better flow.

The final plan called for replacing the bay window with a bump-out that was twice as long. We also pushed the kitchen and hallway about 6 and ½ feet into the garage, and added 10’ to the garage.

The laundry was enclosed, rather than having it sitting in the hallway. The powder bath was moved across from the laundry area so it is no longer the first thing you see when entering the back door. A good-sized closet was also added for convenience as you enter from the garage.

A wider door was put on the garage along with the additional four feet of walking room. You can now move around the vehicles without holding your breath.

The bay window was removed and the wall bumped out to extend the area for a large table. The pass-through above the sink was also enlarged to open up the adjoining dining room. The soffits were removed so cabinetry could extend to the ceiling while housing plumbing and appliances were relocated.

Backsplash tile covers the wall behind the range and hood and extends down the length of the counter. The drop-in sink was replaced with an undermount model that makes cleaning up almost effortless. The island doubled in size making entertaining easy.

Finishing touches like the glaze on the cabinetry and the modern hardware compliment the quartz countertop.

Finishing touches like the glaze on the cabinetry and the modern hardware compliment the quartz countertop.

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