HERO kitchen A 46_Cedar-2

Undoing a 1970’s Renovation

Before: the 1970's era cabinets were in bad shape. The island made the large space feel small.

After: Beautiful alder cabinets have a space for everything. The island has the same footprint but is turned 90 degrees to aid circulation.

Before: An expanse of peeling, off-kilter cabinets, inadequate stove, ugly backsplash.

After: Glass doors break up the expanse of cabinets. Uppers hold Passover dishes.

The homeowners' daughter, a professional baker, appreciates the 2nd oven, an electric convection model.

The homeowners requested we incorporate accent tile they had been saving for decades into the backsplash. It wasn't easy finding the right background tile but we nailed it!

The new range and hood are more attractive and more functional.

If you have the space, it's great to have a triple sink in a kosher kitchen.

The sleeker island has the same square footage and much more storage. Heat has been relocated from the bulky radiators to slim toe kick Runtals.

The desk area was updated with cabinets to match the kitchen.

We brought a 1970’s reno back to a style more in keeping with the rest of this gracious home.

Steve renovated a master bedroom and bathroom for us ten years ago and we were happy to have him return to do a second job….