When this condo unit was built in the early 1970’s, heavily grained cabinets in warm wood tones, counter-tops with soft pastels, and busy wallpaper patterns were popular.
Linoleum flooring was available in patterns of wood-grain, tile, brick and even floral patterns.
White appliances were the new trendy “upgrade” from avocado green and harvest gold of the 50’s and 60’s.
Honey oak raised-panel cabinets were replaced with streamlined recessed-panel maple cabinets and were spray finished in Sherwin-Williams Functional Gray. Formica countertops were transformed by using manufactured quartz counter-tops with a wide vein pattern similar to that of Calacatta marble. Vinyl flooring was replaced with high-polished porcelain tile mimicking the look of Bardiglio marble.
Plaid wallpaper was eliminated and a backsplash of polished subway tile with a beveled edge is the eye-catcher when laid out in a herringbone pattern adding dimension and decorative interest. A previously empty side wall was made functional with a bar area with wine cooler, pantry storage, and glass front display. High polished chrome hardware, fixtures, and accessories provide the sparkling finishing touches. Stainless steel appliances by Kitchen Aid. Wine cooler by Whirlpool.
Our Client spent a lot of time planning for her dream kitchen and we truly enjoyed bringing it to life!
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March 23, 2018, By Noelle J. Bocker