This dated Morton Grove kitchen was begging for a clean, modern remodel, and Regency HomeRemodeling certainly delivered! The old-fashioned galley kitchen was given new life as anefficient wrap-around, creating extra workspace and making the room a fun place to be, all donewith a minimum of stress, fuss and cost to the homeowner.
Regency was able to make significant updates to this kitchen. The most notable change is the new, spacious and open layout. This was achieved by removing the wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room.
The homeowners of this Morton Grove house reached out to Regency Home Remodeling when they decided it was time to update their kitchen. The main issue of the existing kitchen was the lack of necessary countertop space which caused everyday tasks to be a hassle for the customers.
The customers wanted to make some small-scale changes to their kitchen area. They were interested in slightly changing the color scheme in favor of a brighter, cleaner one while making the kitchen space appear sleeker
While reasonably spacious with a functional layout, the kitchen was very dated and dark and needed an infusion of style. A wall divided the kitchen from the dining room, and was the site of a planning desk that served as a catchall, as well as providing an inconvenient site for a second oven.