Full service kitchen design and remodeling
Style: Fresh Transitional
Our Tatum Highlands project was a kitchen and bath upgrade. For the kitchen, our client wanted to add a bar and lengthen the kitchen to help with their lifestyle. The previous kitchen had raised panel cabinets with dark granite countertops.
In the kitchen, we boarded up a window in order to make room for new cabinets, countertop space, refrigerator and an additional pantry cabinet. The kitchen island also was extended in order to make room for functional storage and seating. The bar area turned from a closed-up wall to a fun opening with new cabinets and a beverage fridge. By adding large glass pendants over the island, this kitchen turned from dull to fresh and bright. In the master bathroom, we kept the same layout, but refreshed the cabinetry and countertops with the same as the kitchen. We also added a tower to make the vanity more furniture like. For the guest bathroom, we replaced the old cabinets with a furniture vanity. The selections for this project were white shaker cabinets, white quartz countertops, putty beige beveled subway tile, and gunmetal hardware. This remodel turned this house from dull to fresh and now fits our client’s style.