60’s Rambler Revisited
After planning & saving for a kitchen remodel for over a decade, this homeowner came to Crystal Kitchen & Bath with some defined needs & wants for this 1960’s rambler.
While talking with the homeowner after the project completed she stated, “every time I walk into the kitchen, I still can’t believe it’s mine”.
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The solution that Kaitlyn came up with was to use a combination of pantry cabinets & false doors to create a pantry wall that was easily accessible, functional, & aesthetically pleasing. Some unique elements like a mail catch & original flagstone tile entry were incorporated into the new design to keep with the style of the home.
Some flagstone tiles were removed to create a more natural edge & new oak floors were laid & stained to match the living room for a seamless look. Stone Bluff cabinets from Crystal Cabinet Works, Caesarstone Statuario Maximus countertops & two different backsplash tiles bring warmth & personality to this new kitchen. While talking with the homeowner after the project completed she stated, “every time I walk into the kitchen, I still can’t believe it’s mine”.