If you feel like you hate your kitchen, this “Before and After Kitchen Renovation” post if for you. Designed by the talented interior designer Joanna Goodman, and with architecture by Christopher Architecture & Interiors, this kitchen shows you how a space that holds a very outdated kitchen can be completely transformed. So keep dreaming and saving, because I got you covered with the inspiration right here!
The light grey kitchen cabinet paint color is Benjamin Moore 1550 Cumulus Cloud.
“The original galley-style kitchen was dark, closed off, and beyond dated with the original appliances and décor from the early 60’s.”
“What was once a space that was hidden behind doors, the kitchen is now the hub of the home for friends and family to gather.”
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Once the renovation was complete, the space transformed into an open and airy home without sacrificing the original mid-century architecture style. It was important to us to preserve the character of the home while making it livable for the new owner.
Island features one slab of marble: 5’-6” x 8’-0”.
Counterstools: Gabby Furniture.
New cabinetry and state of the art appliances instantly created a the ultimate work space for any chef.
On the “entertaining” side of the kitchen, Carrara marble countertops and a decorative backsplash featured under the Venetian plaster hood steal the show.
The wall paint color is Benjamin Moore OC-25 Cloud Cover.
Kitchen Wall Sconces: Visual Comfort Camille Sconce.
A butler’s pantry behind the main kitchen area was created for additional storage, appliances, and a bar. All finishes were updated including the linoleum floors which were removed and replaced with hardwoods that now extends throughout the home.
Butler’s Pantry Small Lanterns: existing fixtures repurposed.
Cabinetry Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Cumulus Cloud.
This entire space felt closed-in and dark.
The wood-paneled ceilings are original to the house but were stripped and washed with a custom mix of white paint and a semi-transparent stain to also help brighten up the interiors.
To bring natural light into the center of the home, clerestory windows were added down the spine of the roof.
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