About Chicago, IL
Chicago is one of America’s most popular cities and tourist attractions. With a population of about 2.7 million residents, this is a densely packed city that has a lot to offer. Some of the best restaurants in the world are located in the city of Chicago as well as nightclubs, concerts, and many well-known professional sports teams. This property is located in Norwood Park between Skokie and O’Hare international airport. Every Memorial day, there is a very popular parade that has been going through Norwood park for over 90 years. This area contains the oldest extant building in Chicago, The Noble-Seymour-Crippen house. This property is close in proximity to fine dining restaurants such as Gibson’s Steak House, shopping at the Fashion Outlet of Chicago, and sporting all events in Allstate arena where the Chicago Wolves, Chicago Sky and the DePaul basketball team can be viewed as well as various concerts including Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Metallica, and more. There is never a shortage of activities to engage in.
The Subject Property
The homeowner wanted to change the overall tone of her kitchen in order to make it seem brighter, more inviting, and updated all well increasing the functionality of the space. The challenge of this job was operating on a tight budget. In order to do this, the soffits were not removed and the team worked within the preexisting space, without making any structural changes to the layout of the kitchen. Regency removed all cabinetry and appliances in the kitchen, replaced all the tiles and countertops, and replaced all appliances for new, more fashionable appliances such as a Kitchenaid refrigerator and Kenmore stove. The flooring was to remain the same and Regency worked diligently to ensure that no damage was done to the newly resanded floors.
Based on the designs from Bruce Pinsler from Regency Home Remodeling, the kitchen was upgraded and refinished with new cabinetry from Regency, appliances from Abt, countertop sand backsplash from Daltile, the largest manufacturer of porcelain and ceramic tiles in the United States.The new, stainless steel appliances go very well with the new, crème cabinetry that feature a modest highlight glaze that couples well with the Giallo ornamental granite countertops. The new, sleek, stainless steel faucet from Kohler along with the satin double bowl sink from Elkay blend together to create a very modern feel. The kitchen was transformed into a very traditional and functional space with a very sleek design. Regency was successful in ensuring that the resident was happy with the result and will remain that way for a long time.
Need a Kitchen Remodel?
If you want a kitchen remodel in Chicago, IL call the experts in home improvement, Regency Home Remodeling at 1 (773) 930-4465.