As this Skokie family learned with their kitchen remodel, a wall might come down to make moreroom, but sometimes a wall can also go up to create a nice organizational space. Regency Home Remodeling stepped up to make this old-fashioned kitchen spring into the future with innovative structure and clever design.
This new kitchen is amazing! The new layout of the kitchen space significantly increased the practicality of the space by making the area feel and appear more spacious while increasing storage and counter space. The color scheme is much more modern and appealing as well.
The customers were yearning to change their floor plan of the first floor of their house while also giving their kitchen a sleek makeover. Regency started this job with the demolition and removal of all kitchen appliances, cabinetry, countertops, tiling, and partition wall separating kitchen and dining room.
The residents of this lovely home were ready to give their kitchen a major upgrade in several ways. They were interested in changing their floor plan in order to create a more open and spacious layout while making the space feel larger and also appear larger.
The kitchen of this wonderful home was in need of an upgrade. The residents were finding it to be inconvenient to cook and entertain in their large kitchen space and wanted to make some changes to increase the counter space, storage space, and also the make the space appear much more practical and stylish.
The Village of Skokie is home to 65,000 residents. The total area of Skokie is just over ten miles. Its neighboring cities are Evanston, Chicago, Lincolnwood, Niles, Glenview and Morton Grove. Skokie’s streets are modeled after the Chicago street style and are in a grid pattern. The Chicago style bungalow is the most common type of dwelling found on Skokie. The National Holocaust Museum is located in Skokie.