Custom Oak cabinets sure changed this outdated kitchen for the better.
This kitchen was started by completely removing the old cabinets and flooring.
We opened the area up to the sunroom by installing a header and
removing part of the wall.
The walls were primed and only painted where they would show after the
custom cabinets were installed.The 18" by 18" porcelain tiles were installed
on a 45 degree angle.
Custom cabinets and countertops installed.
Below is a look at the pull outs for pots and pans. also you can see the
sink front tilt out for rings, sponges, brillo pads or what ever you
need to store there.
Here's a look at the stove area before cabinets were removed.
A custom built range hood was built instead of regular cabinets.
I used the same profile as the cabinet doors to make the molding around the hood.
If you look close at the picture below you will see where I tried to hide the
place where the molding opens to access the fan and light controls for the hood.
Here is a view from the sunroom into the kitchen during remodel.
Coffee nook added. it was installed the little closet above