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Can We Cook?

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A total transformation took place in this kitchen. Notice the before picture. The family has lived in this home for 20 years and the room felt heavy to them. The wanted an update with more room, storage, and counter space. The brick was removed and new custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances put in it's place. Imagine creating lunches to banquets in this beautiful kitchen.
Time: Cost: $48000 Difficulty: Medium
The custom cabinets in this remodel include a three pull-out shelves and a cookie sheet pantry over the oven. Great place to tuck away those large sheets.
For an added touch this kitchen remodel included a Mosaic tile back splash. Notice the lighted cabinet uppers with glass fronts. Beautiful!
The light box was removed and pendant lighting put in its place along with recessed canned lighting throughout the entire kitchen. The new granite counter tops replaced the outdated ones adding a new and luxurious feel to this kitchen.
From peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to a gourmet banquet, this remodel has added beauty and functionality to this kitchen.
The family was tired of the brick and closed feeling from their kitchen. They felt it was time for a change and what a change they got.
  • Dtuccillo
    Dtuccillo Souderton, PA

    It's BEAUTIFUL...the new one! I have brick and as charming as people might think tht don't have it, one does grow tired of the look and dust it collects. The more cupboard space the better! Thanks for the ides...wonderful!

  • Dtuccillo
    Dtuccillo Souderton, PA

    Wished you lived closer to design mine!!!

  • Amy Rohde
    Amy Rohde Fawn Grove, PA

    STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!!!! The brick was cool but what is in it's place now is spectacular! Everything in this design was done to perfection and I love it!

  • Aly49_

    I like is Beautiful

  • Ana Bacallao
    Ana Bacallao Miami, FL

    Beautiful job!

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