Update to an existing kitchen and dining room space in a home built in 1973. The existing kitchen had dark cabinets and a soffit which created the feel of a smaller space. The update to the kitchen included removal of the soffits and a cabinet on the peninsula with an update to a lighter color cabinet which makes the kitchen feel bigger even though everything stayed relatively in the same space.
After years of wanting to have their kitchen remodeled, Odd Fellows Contracting had the opportunity to help create an updated and beautiful new kitchen. The goal was to brighten and open up the space with new kitchen cabinets, updated quartz countertop, and white subway tile backsplash. The ceiling lighting was updated as well with recessed LED ceiling lighting and with under cabinet lighting to create a more bright space. The dining room space was updated with new chair rail height beadboard. The flooring was updated as well in the kitchen, dining room, living room, and hallway.
Location: Williamston, Michigan
Project Completed: 2022
Designer: Jaime Dunn
Foreman: Danniel Nanasy