Kitchen Remodel Park Ridge

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Kitchen Remodel in Park Ridge, IL by Regency Home Remodeling

The owners of this Park Ridge home were ready to make some major changes to their kitchen. The existing kitchen had become boring and a hassle to this family, so they were interested in creating a kitchen that would be easy to get around, as well as a place where the family would enjoy spending time together.

Park Ridge Kitchen Remodel

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Park Ridge Kitchen Remodel by Regency

This Park Ridge, IL home has a great kitchen floor plan. Our customers were interested in keeping this layout while changing every other aspect of their kitchen- cabinets, floor, countertops, fixtures, and color scheme.

Park Ridge Kitchen Remodel

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Park Ridge Kitchen Remodel by Regency

The Park Ridge homeowners were interested in changing their kitchen from a rustic feel to a more modern feel. Wooden walls filled their living area, while a dated wallpaper covered the walls in the dining room and kitchen.

Park Ridge Kitchen Remodel

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Kitchen Remodeling Park Ridge, IL by Regency

The homeowners of this Park Ridge home were ready to update their kitchen. While keeping the same floor plan, they wanted to change everything from their cabinets and countertops to their appliances and color scheme.

Kitchen Remodel in Park Ridge, IL

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The customers were dying to give their kitchen a modern makeover. The style and color scheme had become mundane and they were ready to give it a major upgrade in terms of style and functions.

Kitchen Renovation in Park Ridge, IL

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The preexisting kitchen space was outdated and the residents were ready for a modern upgrade that would be stylish as well as efficient. Regency began the job by removing all kitchen appliances, cabinetry, flooring, and baseboards. This was done in order to replace everything with new, premium appliances and finishes. Additional electrical wiring was installed in order to install 10 new recessed cans.

Kitchen Renovation in Park Ridge, IL

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The original layout felt cramped and inefficient, with the refrigerator out of reach in the back hall and a hodge-podge of pantries and cabinets. Work areas were awkward, the dinette area was cramped, and access to the dining room difficult. Cabinets, counters and appliances were dated, counter space limited, and the whole area lacked any kind of flow.