This 1998 Marysville rambler, full of amazing potential, had a serious case of the “Builder Basic Blues” and was in need of a revamp. The original floorplan included a series of walls that both encased the kitchen and chopped up the main living area.
By removing the walls and relocating the kitchen a significant impact was made on the function and aesthetics of the home. Now instead of separated rooms, the open concept allows for a wonderful flow and maximizes the entire space.
Design solutions included exchanging the orange-hued oak cabinets for the quintessential classic white shaker style cabinetry with multiple storage solutions and the lux touch of ice blue picket glass mosaic tile backsplash.
The butler’s pantry which is built into the wall across from the kitchen provides a plethora of storage options. Glass doors for display and a combination of stationary shelves and pull out drawers make this beautiful cabinet space a boon for storing anything from china plates and tablecloths to cereal boxes and paper towels.
Additionally, an undercounter microwave is conveniently located while the corner cabinet pull out makes for a practical solution for the often-inaccessible corner space. In addition, the French doors replaced the existing sliding glass door and a new dog door allows for the homeowner’s four legged friends to be able to come and go as they like.
Gorgeous long board luxury vinyl plank flooring is carried throughout and into the master bathroom that received a spectacular makeover including a custom vanity, large linen cabinet and glass enclosed walk-in shower with distinct 12×24 grey porcelain tile. Click here to see their small master bathroom remodel, including before/after photos.
Collaborating with our clients in layout and design resulted in a beautiful and transformed space, perfect for everyday activities and gathering with their extended family and friends. We are so pleased that they are thrilled with the results and have given us the highest compliment by beginning the process of their next project.
This kitchen remodel was featured in the 2020 Remodeled Homes Tour.