Westminister Kitchen Remodel

kitchen remodel in a Westminster home. Old kitchen was to small. we start refacing the ceiling, and installing minimalistic recessed lights, moved on to rebuilding the base structure with custom cabinetry in an espresso brown finish, with crown molding and polished silver hardware. Unique touches include electric outlets built into some parts of the cabinetry, a pull-out hatch over the fridge, and open sections for the placement of new stainless steel appliances.
Pale gray countertops were installed, as well as a full-height tile backsplash on the walls, made up of glossy white rectangular bricks laid horizontally. In the dining area we also built new structures, including extra cabinet storage, a bar area with an undermount sink, and a china cabinet with glass panels for displaying the owner’s collection of elegant glassware.
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  • Terry Terry on Feb 12, 2016
    Really pretty. We had a similar setup but were able to expand into an adjoining eat-in area and small sitting area...we put tall cabinets in the hall and laundry / mudroom too waiting for paint weather...then will post pics...came out nice.

  • Terry Terry on Feb 13, 2016
    Just wanted to add...how pretty your kitchen is...and how nice it is to see a kitchen with lovely, rich dark cabinets.

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