Custom remodels 11-15

Kitchen remodel

From our first meeting with these clients, we knew their kitchen would turn out amazing. Their contemporary style provided us with a plan to build their dream kitchen. We removed a plant shelf over the peninsula to open up this kitchen. Clear alder cabinetry with sleek doors and drawers were finished in a rich dark chocolate and set off with stainless steel framed, frosted glass uppers that open up instead of sideways. They also wanted a bake station. So per their design, this cabinet was built to house mixers and toasters that could remain plugged in. It also includes a butcher block top that actually pulls outs and specialty drawers for dry ingredients. The cabinetry was topped with richly colored quartz counter tops and a backsplash of creamy subway tiles. Behind the range, a mix of marble, travertine and glass tile was laid. Stainless steel fixtures, hardware and appliances finished this kitchen and it turned out more stunning than we could imagine.

Before-After

Kitchen remodel

When this couple built their home, the kitchen was nice and functional. Their plan however was to update it in ten years. That is when they contacted us. We removed a peninsula making way for an island and more cabinetry.  We staggered the new knotty alder cabinets finished in a warm spice glaze for a touch of Italy. This kitchen also received a bake center. Venetian Gold granite was installed as well as new backsplash tile and porcelain tile laid in a hopscotch pattern. A wainscot was added in the kitchen and dining area and painted in Tuscan inspired colors. Under cabinet lighting and a new pendant light reflect the warm personalities of this couple’s new kitchen.

Before-After

Kitchen remodel

Wizard Renovations Inc. has always taken pride in the fact that our remodels are such a part of the existing home it looks as if it had always been there. This one took it over the top. We love old houses and to take a kitchen that had been updated several years ago and make it look old again was as exciting as it gets. An old chimney in the middle of the kitchen presented a design challenge but the result was breathtaking. While we could devote a whole page to the amenities in this kitchen we will touch on the highlights. The existing cabinetry was removed and replaced with knotty alder cabinets that had been distressed, showing burnished edges and worm holes and then antiqued with quiet green, cranberry and ivory. Bead board and reeded glass inserts as well as bun feet and chunky turn posts added to their country charm. A cabinet to house built in double ovens and a pantry to the place of a pie safe that was moved to the dining area to display antique kitchen ware. A bake center was added in rich oak and made to look like a separate piece of furniture. A farm sink was surrounded by Bianco Antico granite and cracked ice subway tiles adorn the walls. New hand scraped flooring finished off this breath taking transformation.