Dated 70’s Kitchen Gets Contemporary Makeover

These homeowners worked with us initially for their master bathroom renovation. Shortly after their master bathroom was completed, we worked on a large renovation that included their entry, kitchen, and laundry room. The entry into their newly renovated home needed updated flooring that would have the wow factor they sought, and the hand cut Travertine tile did the trick. Their kitchen was still in the 70’s and needed a complete demo and upgrade utilizing new modern design and innovative technology and elements. We transformed an indoor grill area with curved design on top to a buffet/serving station with an angled top to mimic the angle of the ceiling. Skylights were incorporated for natural light and the red brick fireplace was changed to split face stacked travertine which continued over the buffet for a dramatic aesthetic. The dated island, cabinetry and appliances were replaced with bark-stained Hickory cabinets, a larger island and state of the art appliances. The sink and faucet were chosen from a source in Chicago and add a contemporary flare to the island. An additional buffet area was added for a tv, bookshelves and additional storage. The pendant light over the kitchen table took some time to find exactly what they were looking for, but we found a light that was minimalist and contemporary to ensure an unobstructed view of their beautiful backyard. The result is a stunning kitchen with improved function, storage, and the WOW they were going for.

Unique Features:

  • Angled ceiling with skylights
  • Two buffet areas
  • Travertine split-face mosaic tile fireplace
  • Minimalist linear pendant lighting

Location: Carmel, IN

Credits: Adam Gibson Design
Photography by Sara C Imagery

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