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River Road, Naperville, Full Kitchen Renovation
This kitchen was fully gutted. New hardwood flooring was installed along with new appliances, and cabinets. The backsplash tile contains a copper tile accent that is especially cool. As part of this project the powder room was also renovated. New hardwood floors were installed in the kitchen, laundry, powder room and entry.
Ambleside Circle, Naperville – Kitchen/First Floor Renovation
This project involved a renovation of the entire first floor of the home. The client’s main goal was to improve the kitchen. The kitchen was enlarged as well as the hallway to the front door. The laundry room was reconfigured to allow for more storage space and a place to drop coats and shoes. The dining room was redecorated with wainscoting and a layered ceiling. The powder room was also updated as well as a new look for the main staircase. The mantle over the fireplace was changed from wood to stone. A very intense project, but well worth the effort.
Sanctuary Lane, Naperville, Full Kitchen Renovation
This kitchen was updated with beautiful dark cherry cabinets from Fieldstone Cabinetry. The island is a maple cabinet that is painted black and enhanced with several carvings that really set it off. The floors were refinished and the soffits removed to allow for expanded cabinet space. The stone stove hood is set off with a great set of handmade tile that really jumps! The new bar area replaces the old unused desk and is complete with wine storage and a beverage fridge. The new cherry crown encircles the entire kitchen/dinette space to tie it all together.
Ada Lane, Naperville, Kitchen Renovation
This kitchen was remodeled keeping all the major components in the same location. Fieldstone cherry cabinets were selected along with granite countertops to bring this kitchen up-to-date. The hardwood floors were also refinished at the same time. We also added hardwood to the dining room.
Mill Creek lane, Naperville, Kitchen Renovation
This kitchen was completed as part of a larger renovation project. Therefore, there is some more square footage that was added to the kitchen to increase its functionality. The column on the left end of the island defines the previous exterior wall of the home and is used to support several steel beams that hold up the second floor. The column on the right serves only as visual balance. Notice that the addition was accomplished seamlessly without any dropped beams or soffits that would indicate new space. It looks like it’s always been there. The soffits were removed and the new cherry cabinets go all the way to the ceiling. A second sink was added in the island for prep and the new range hood was custom made. We brought in an artist to paint the design on the hood once it was finished.