A Northbrook kitchen remodel demands space, light, and top-tier elegance, and that’s just what this family got when they contracted with Regency Home Remodeling. The Regency designers worked with the homeowners to assure they would get exactly what they wanted, and that it would be finished on time and within the agreed-upon budget.
The fine designers at Regency Home Remodeling know that a city kitchen can be a challenge. So when the owners of this Park Ridge kitchen wanted to create a bright, light space, Regency’s team knew that would mean opening up the space by removing a wall section between the kitchen and dining room, as well as doing a little rearranging of the space.
The kitchen is not usually a place where you can rearrange the furniture. However, as these Arlington Heights homeowners learned, Regency Home Remodeling has designers who are not afraid to remove, replace, and rearrange for an updated, more functional space.
A blend of white and glass adds an airy elegance to this Lake View kitchen remodel, making it another proud project of Regency Home Remodeling. Here, Regency’s designers managed to bring a cohesive, homey feel to an eclectic space for the ultimate city kitchen.
How do you make a tiny kitchen grow? For this kitchen remodel in Park Ridge, IL, the secret wasto open a wall and move storage upwards! Regency Home Remodeling was able to make the homeowners’ dream a reality, bringing the entire project in on time and within budget, and they can do the same for you.
What’s the best way to create a kitchen that’s modern but classic, eye-popping yet functional? Regency Home Remodeling knows it’s to use black, white and gray in the proper tones and proportions, as they did in this updated Grayslake kitchen. And Regency’s attention to the client assures that every project finishes on time and within budget.
Regency Home Remodeling designers understand the importance of up-to-the-minute materials in today’s kitchens. That’s why they fashioned this River West kitchen to be functional, smart, and up-to-the minute, setting up the modern look with Regency’s white upper cabinets paired with grey lowers for a modern look at a great price.
Once the space was ready, Regency’s certified installation team went to work installing White Shaker Style cabinets, a White Sand Quartz countertop from daltile, a Marble First Snow backsplash also from daltile and a Herringbone layout floor.
This property is located in the historic Sauganash Neighborhood on Chicago’s North Side. The home is a single family, 1 story home originally built in 1951. It has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, totaling 1,069 sq ft, and before Regency was hired it had an outdated kitchen that was in need of a total overhaul.