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Traditional Kitchen with French Bistro Flair

By November 21, 2013 2 Comments

I’m excited to share this recent kitchen remodel!

Starting with the floor plans… the clients initially were interested in a “pull & replace” scenario (pulling existing items out and putting new back in the same spot).   But because walk-in pantries are often not the best use of space, we convinced them to consider an alternative layout that reduced the pantry closet size.  The outcome:  a larger kitchen with more organized pantry storage and a bigger island.

Here’s the Before:

And the After:
Aside from the layout change, we also updated the look.  After exploring several different styles, the clients settled a sort of french bistro theme with white cabinetry accented by pale yellow and a provincial blue.
Here’s the kitchen before: 
And here’s the kitchen now:   

We integrated antique / matte brass finishes, fireclay sinks, glass tile backsplash, and the new Pental Calacatta quartz countertops to complete the look.

We incorporated these tiles into the backsplash – they tell a personal story about the client and their pharmacy background.

And the final finishing touch was the new upholstery fabric for their dining set.  We found the perfect fabric from Robert Allen that coordinated with the colors and perfectly accentuated the lines of the dining chairs.

Cabinetry by Swirl Woodcraft
Countertops by Klein’s Custom Countertops
Appliances & Plumbing from Mountainland Design
Upholstery by Sharp Upholstery
Backsplash tile from Arizona Tile

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