BEFORE- kitchen space
Minnetonka Kitchen Remodel - Part 1
Referred by Landmark Remodeling, this Minnetonka kitchen remodel had a ton of potential. It became pretty clear that removing the load bearing wall that separated the kitchen needed to go, as well as the room being used as an office. This would create a truly open concept public space that would allow for a large kitchen with island seating and a formal dining room where the office was.
The client's were so motivated to get it done that they decided to go with a contractor that could start immediately, instead of who actually gave me this project.
As appreciative as I was, I was a little nervous about working with someone new, because it is just more challenging not knowing how each other worked.
We went with navy accents (navy island!!!), brushed nickel AND gold fixtures for a mixed metal feel, and shaker cabinets to modernize the space and make it less stuffy and formal than they had.
-rework entry and remove current office walls and coat closet to be new formal dining space
-remove walls that close off kitchen for open concept main floor living
-updated white cabinets
-light solid surface counters
-more counter space
-cabinets with better function and layout
-use current appliances to save money
-remove half wall by back entry for better flow and function
TUNE IN NEXT WEEK FOR PART 2: After Pictures
Thank you for joining in and reading! I hope you got an insight into what we do, who we work with, the reality behind making old spaces new, and how awesome are clients are!