Another Suburban Remodel Lives Happily Ever After…….
Updating a home can become very expensive, and the ability to make reasonable dreams come true within a reasonable budget is one of my best “Fairy Houzz Mother” tricks…..Dark cabinets don’t have to make the kitchen look smaller. This kitchen was a 1980’s white formica laminate with radius ends and a truly dated look. This alder wood cabinetry in a rich dark finish mixed with sunny golden tones creates warmth without giving the kitchen a “closed in” feel. Reworking the plan within the existing footprint created more storage and a better work flow without the expense of an addition….and so both the budget and the kitchen lived happily ever after……
TONI SABATINO firstname.lastname@example.org 516-972-5455
Installation by Ross Portenoy,
Touch of Class Home Improvements, Long Island, NY
The counter tops really bring out the golden tones of the cabinetry – it looks gorgeous.
March 19, 2012 at 9:18 pm