Full service kitchen design and remodeling
Style: Rustic Farmhouse
Our Lone Mountain project in Peoria was in need of an update. The home had a traditional separated kitchen and dining room which our client didn’t like – they wanted an open concept. The kitchen was small and not functioning well for this large family. In taking down the wall we were able to create a much larger kitchen and comfortable dining room for their family to enjoy.
When picking the cabinet finish, our client was look for something different than an all white kitchen. They wanted something with an impact. So, we settled on a deep blue poplar stain. With the wall between the kitchen & dining room coming down, we were able to go with a dark colored cabinet because of how much light the space now got. This also allowed us to fit a large island that seats 6. To pull in an accent color, we used a warm brown stain for the floating shelves and buffet cabinets near the dining room. We also tied this in on the drywall hood. To add a pop of color, we used a fun patterned tile for the backsplash to tie everything together.
Our client put in a special request for something he just had to have – a beer tap! This was a first for us, but we were happy to accommodate. It fit in perfectly next to the wine fridge and gave them a great drink station for when they entertain. We also replaced the flooring throughout the house to a luxury vinyl that is sure to withstand the wear and tear of kids and pets.
Our Lone Mountain project had a huge transformation and feels like and entirely different home! Taking down the wall made a big difference and allowed us to expand the kitchen into a larger, more functional space.