It’s always inspiring to see kitchen remodels but we often don’t know how much work, effort and care goes on behind the scenes. When interior designer Amy Vermillion, a dear friend of mine, was approached to remodel a kitchen and some other rooms on the main floor, Amy carefully heard the client’s needs and made sure to incorporate them while surprising the client with some neat and unique design ideas.
From a simple to a luxurious kitchen, this entire space feels completely changed and updated. The result is a kitchen that will stand the test of time and drop many jaws in the meantime.
Before and After Kitchen Remodel Pictures
The kitchen was not that bad but it lacked personality.
Starting on a Kitchen Reno
Starting a kitchen renovation is always exciting and a little nerve racking. Having professionals you trust is a must when doing a major renovation.
Don’t Mind The Dust
Are you ready to see the transformation begin?
New custom cabinets and kitchen island were installed.
This is a mock up of an architectural detail that the designer designed.
It’s always wonderful to work with clients that allow us to create. Amy’s client trusted her to use her talents to create a unique coffered ceiling in the family room.
I often say that hardware is like jewelry for cabinets. Amy chose pulls and knobs from Wilmette Hardware.
Gorgeous fridge/freezer hardware.
Knobs are “Palmetta Knob” by Wilmette Hardware.
These knobs are feminine but nothing over the top.
Hood & Cabinet Design
Amy added a beautiful custom hood and tall cabinets. The kitchen features glass cabinets detailed with x mullion trim.
Gray Kitchen Island
Gray kitchen islands are very popular right now and for a reason. They add interest while keeping the room feeling soothing.
What a transformation, right? I keep looking at the details of this kitchen and I love everything that I see.
The cabinet color is custom mixed but is close to “Benjamin Moore OC-17 White Dove”.
The island paint color was custom mixed as well.
The counter top is “Ice Blue Granite”. According to the designer, the client didn’t want marble as she cooks a lot and has small children. She didn’t want to worry about the maintenance.
Range is by Wolf.
The lighting above the island ties all the elements together.
I hope you enjoyed seeing this kitchen reno and have an idea how this project developed.
Did you guys have a good weekend? I am excited about this month. I have some new projects happening and although it’s still very cold here, I know it shouldn’t take long to start to warm up.
Tomorrow I am planning on getting out of the house and buy some cute dresses for my daughter and myself. I want to embrace next summer, starting from what I will wear!
Thank you my friends for being here today and I hope we can chat some more tomorrow!
Have a Blessed week!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Amy Vermillion Interiors.
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