This kitchen renovation project included changing everything except the layout of the kitchen. Well, that did change a little tiny bit too.
The Brazilian cherry wood floors were brought into the kitchen to blend with the floors in the rest of the open floor plan. The cabinets went from light to a dark espresso finish with shaker style doors and flat panel drawers. Long, stainless steel hardware completed the cabinets. The creamy laminate counter tops did not break the bank and offer a stone look for a clean look. The penny round back splash matches the color of the counter tops but adds a round element to the otherwise square room.
Trim detail was added to the back of each island to provide visual interest to cabinets since they are visible from the dining and living spaces.
The stainless steel hood makes a statement over the slide in range. All of the appliances were updated and the walls were painted Sherwin-Williams’ Copper Mountain, a nice contrast against the dark brown cabinets.