The preexisting kitchen space was outdated and the residents were ready for a modern upgrade that would be stylish as well as efficient.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.
This kitchen suffered from a lack of workspace, as well as outdated appliances and cabinetry. The homeowners wished to update the look while incorporating additional counters and more storage. The room was gutted, and the back door moved to allow for more surface area.
The homeowners were in need of a major renovation on the entire first floor of their lovely home. The kitchen was laid out in a confined and boxed in manner, not allowing for entertaining in the kitchen.
The homeowners were eager to change the layout of the first floor of their home by updating the flooring, cabinetry, appliances, and furnishings while increasing the use they would be able to get out of the space. The kitchen was very large with cabinetry and appliances spread along walls with a large and awkward space in the middle that was not often used.
The resident of this lovely home was interested in making a drastic change in the design and style of their kitchen. The preexisting cabinetry, flooring, and countertops were becoming very bland and outdated compared to what the owner had in mind.
The homeowners of this beautiful residence were looking for a change in their kitchen and dining area. They were interested in remodeling and renovating their kitchen in order to create a contemporary kitchen with modern amenities such as granite countertops and modern cabinetry.
The original kitchen in this older home desperately needed updating. Everything was crunched into a small space, with doors on facing walls—one in from outside, the other leading to the rest of the house—making it traffic central.
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.