Our lovely client came to us looking for space that would welcome both her kids and grandkids in for meals and time together. Her hope was to have a clean, new look that would appeal to everyone, whilst still making it feel cozy for all of them to cook and eat together in.
Not only did she get all of these items on her wish list met, but the project was published in the Las Vegas Review Journal too!
Her original kitchen and dining room design was dark and dated, we knew that we needed to add some light in the literal sense, as well as when it came to the colors of her cabinetry, tile and walls. Through the usage of white bead board around the dining area, quartz countertops, subway tile backsplash, glass mosaic tile behind the oven range, shaker style white cabinets, a new light fixture and a fresh coat of paint, we helped create a brand new space.
In order to maximize the space she had for storage, as well as display her pottery collections, the cabinetry was extended all the way up to the ceiling where glass showcased cabinets were placed. Storage was added through squaring off the island, which also helped with incorporating a modern look.
The dining area is a breath of fresh air with a new custom banquette meeting a statement dining table and complementing chairs. The farmhouse sink, iron light fixtures and black island cabinetry continues this luxurious yet industrial feel through into the kitchen.
Lastly, to tie the home together, the flooring was replaced from the entry to the hall and into the kitchen and dining space, all the way up to the fireplace face. These light and cool colors draw you into what is now the main living and family space for our client.
All of these elements give a modern, inviting and comfortable space for the family to gather and for our client to enjoy and relax in when she needs a break from all of the fun family activities.
Image Sources: Lydia Cutter Photography