Bright and Blue-tiful

Plymouth, MN

Kitchen before remodel with dark cabinets and outdated fixtures

An improved layout & well thought out Transitional details, this kitchen is one of a kind.

Potential

This 35-year-old dark, boring, builder-grade kitchen was dated, falling apart, and closed off from the rest of the home. This family loves to cook and entertain. They wanted an open kitchen with a lot of
countertops, smart storage, and seating for at least 8 people. They were looking for a space that matched their fun, artistic personalities without being too bold for resale.

Client Requirements

To achieve these goals, we took down the wall between the kitchen and the previously unused dining room. This made room for banquet seating for 8+ and an open kitchen perfect for a party.

We ended up with a kitchen that is funky in all the right ways and perfect for this young, modern family.

Remodeled kitchen with blue base cabinets, white upper cabinets, brick wall, and eat in dining area
Remodeled kitchen with blue base cabinets, white upper cabinets, brick wall, and eat in dining area
Renovated kitchen with white upper cabinets, blue lower cabinets, and window over sink with light
Renovated kitchen with white upper cabinets, blue lower cabinets, and window over sink with light

Ready to Fall in Love with Your Kitchen?

Contact us today to start the design process with our award winning team members.

The layout was reconfigured to accommodate a large 10-1/2-foot island that houses a wine fridge, trash pull out, microwave, large drawers and roll out shelves. A 13” deep pantry makes it easy to find everything and a floating shelf in an accent wood coordinates with their new stained table and luxury vinyl flooring.

Crystal Current cabinetry in Simply white and Nautical blue with brushed gold hardware adds a fun pop of color, and the Cambria Portrush quartz countertops feature blue veins and gold flecks that tie the color story together.

A bump out into the kitchen that houses the powder room on the backside, gave us a unique opportunity to add some faux brick tile giving a nice textural element to the space.

We ended up with a kitchen that is funky in all the right ways and perfect for this young, modern family.

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