It’s always exciting to share yet another beautiful kitchen renovation by Clearcut Construction, Inc. on Home Bunch. The biggest reason I love their work is because they know how to blend kitchen trends while keeping it classic in a way that few know how.
Kitchen design inspiration is certainly found on this North Carolina renovation. What once was an outdated and very dark kitchen became a space with plenty of natural light and timeless elements such as white shaker cabinets, marble backsplash, white quartz countertop and a dreamy huge dark stained kitchen island with a Butcher Block prep station.
The homeowners; a small family relocating from Massachusetts to North Carolina, were looking for a mix of traditional and farmhouse elements and Clearcut Construction, Inc. surely delivered that. You can watch this tour on youtube here.
Keep reading to know all details on this kitchen renovation project and make sure to share it with your friends! 🙂
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“This was a MASSIVE island: 11 ft. 1 in! It’s extremely custom with lots of storage. Richard has wanted to do something like this for a while now but has not gotten the opportunity to use it yet. These clients were 100% on board! They not only loved the aesthetics of it but love the extra prep space from the butcher’s block countertops.” – Hannah from Clearcut Construction, Inc.
Pendants: Seeded Glass and Screen Bell Pendant in Matte Gold from Shades of Light. These were not the original pendants we were going to use, but we love how these turned out! We wanted to give this space an updated traditional look with touches of farmhouse. These pendants gave us that farmhouse touch we were looking for.
The floating kitchen shelves are custom – Similar style: here.
The countertop is MSI Calacatta Ultra Quartz. We actually use a local supplier for all of our countertop material (Upon the Rock). They are such a great small business to work with!
Our clients really liked the idea of having two sinks. One on the island for when they are prepping and one by the window. We used: Kraus 32″ Single Basin.
Backsplash tile is La Fleur by MSI. This is a marble tile. Often times you will hear us tell our clients to steer away from marble backsplash. Why? Well, it’s not very durable. It stains easily and has to be sealed OFTEN. This is obviously not a great combination for a kitchen. In fact, our local stone vendor will make our clients sign a form claiming they understand what marble can do. Instead of bringing this marble tile all the way down to the stovetop, we added a small slab of the Calacatta Ultra Quartz so our homeowners would not have to worry about maintenance. A designer-worthy kitchen is no good if it’s going to be a pain to keep clean.
Range: Thermador Pro Grand 48″.
Stock Pot: Le Creuset.
The kitchen are perfect to store spices, oils and utensils.
Cabinet paint color is Benjamin Moore White Heron.
Symmetry: The backdrop of the kitchen needed to be balanced. There are glass sliding doors to the left of the range, and we knew this would make things look a little off. Adding glass cabinets gave us that symmetry we were looking for while still serving a purpose, displaying this homeowner’s favorite dishes!
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Leaving the back of the upper cabinet open and adding the same backsplash tile adds interest and it extends this entire wall giving the impression of a bigger space.
The quartz slab gives us that updated look we needed in this traditional-style kitchen. But it started to lack some contrast and texture. The modern floral patterned marble backsplash was just what it needed! Also notice the slab backsplash ledge.
Hardware: West Slope Drawer Pulls in Aged Brass from Rejuvenation. We actually used this hardware in multiple sizes: 4”, 6”, 8”, and 12”.
Dishwasher: 800 Series Dishwasher 24” SHV878ZD3N from Bosch. This one also comes panel-ready.
Washing dishes with a view is so much better than staring at a wall. Not only does this large window give us a pretty view, but provides lots of natural light to come into the kitchen.
Cabinets: These were custom cabinets, so we don’t have a supplier for this one. However, we do like using Fabuwood when we have to go prefab.
Island Stain: Unfortunately this was custom to match, so we don’t have an exact mix – Island stain color is similar to Minwax Phantom.
Prep Sink: Kraus Standart Pro 17″.
Walls: Sherwin Williams Mineral Deposit.
Appliance Pulls: Hardware: West Slope Drawer Pulls in Aged Brass from Rejuvenation 12″.
Fridge: For a paneled ready fridge, we used Integrated French Door Refrigerator Freezer, 36″ from Fisher & Paykel. It also comes in a stainless steel option as well. 🙂
This home also features a Dry Bar with Rejunation hardware.
Bar Cabinet Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Hale Navy.
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