The homeowners of this Arlington Heights property were ready to make some major changes to their kitchen. The style and color scheme had become dull and boring to the family so they were interested in creating a more contemporary kitchen space that would also be much more practical for everyday life.
The owners of this Arlington Heights property were ready to make some drastic changes to their kitchen. Overall, the existing kitchen was very dated. The customers wanted to create a stylish kitchen that offered convenience and practicality to their everyday life.
These Arlington Heights homeowners were interested in changing their kitchen. The couple wanted to have a kitchen that would be more efficient for preparing meals, as well as hosting their friends and family.
The owners of this Arlington Heights home were ready for an update. When discussing potential floor plans for their new kitchen, the family knew they wanted one thing: space. Prior to the renovation, the kitchen was small with little room to entertain and cook at the same time.
The owners of this gorgeous Arlington Heights home were ready to make a change in their kitchen. They were interested in changing the color scheme of their kitchen to one that is more uniform in style while also making the space visually appealing.
The owners of this beautiful home wanted to make some dramatic changes to the kitchen and dining room. They wanted to change their floor plan to a more open one and make the dining room flow more smoothly into the kitchen and vice versa.
The preexisting kitchen space in this home was outdated and ready for a remodel. Regency began this job by removing all cabinetry, countertops, and appliances. Regency also installed new electrical wiring in order to install new recessed cans, which would replace the large and outdated light/fan combo that was hanging in the middle of the ceiling in the kitchen.
The kitchen was cramped and awkward, with limited cabinet storage and counter space. Lighting was limited to one ceiling fixture, and the sink was almost hidden beneath a cabinet. The entire effect was dark and cave-like. The owner wanted to rework the entire floor plan of the old-fashioned kitchen, opening it up to the family room to create a more modern and efficient open-concept living space.
Besides being outdated, the small L-shaped kitchen was hampered by short walls, giving it limited storage and even less counter space. By removing the back wall and moving the kitchen into the previous dining space, the work areas could be expanded and a more useful environment created.