Dramatic Kitchen Makeover

Our clients loved everything about their new home except the dark kitchen cabinets. Rather than undergo a major renovation, they chose one of the easiest and cost-effective ways to update a kitchen: a fresh coat of paint on the existing cabinetry. Our team installed a new sink, faucet, tile backsplash, light fixture, polished quartz countertops, and new hardware. The result is a bright, light, updated kitchen, and the homeowners are ecstatic with the dramatic transformation and significant cost savings.

The dark cabinets were sanded, cleaned, primed, and the holes from the original
drawer pulls and door knobs were filled to prep the wood for two coats of paint.

In addition to the new paint, the glass cabinets flanking the range hood were modified with Flemish glass and matching flat panels. The backsplash and cook top accent were also updated to compliment the “new” cabinetry.

The backsplash is 3×6 Highland Park in Antique White with matching trim.
The accent is 6″ Arabesque tile in Antique White with a 2×6 Antique White Crown frame.
Bleached Wood grout was used in all areas.
The peninsula was modified by removing the half wall and extending the countertop.
This opened the kitchen to the adjacent dining room and improved the design, flow, and function of the space. The countertops are polished 3cm Polarstone Calacata Gold Danby.
Only difference here is the paint! What a transformation!