This beautiful kitchen remodel that we completed last year gave our client’s home a fresh and updated look. The ceiling height cabinets, glass uppers, farmhouse sink, and ceramic tile backsplash were only a few of the updates that worked together to make a huge difference!
What did it look like before?
I love a good before and after picture. It is amazing to me what new cabinets, countertops, and floors can do for a room. The kitchen before was lovingly designed by the previous homeowners, and our clients were ready to do some updates, and add some extra storage for their growing family.
What was included in the kitchen remodel?
The biggest change was obviously the kitchen cabinets. We designed and ordered custom cabinets from Haas cabinets in Southern Indiana. These cabinets offered additional storage, drawers (which you can never have too many of), updated granite countertops from Bella Stone, backsplash, new lighting from Pottery Barn, a few new appliances, farmhouse sink, and LVP flooring from a local store.
What are your favorite features of this kitchen remodel?
I love how bright and airy it made our client’s home feel. If I had to pick specifics, I think I would choose the build-in cookbook corner at the end of the island, the big farmhouse sink, and the backsplash!
Fun fact: We chose this same backsplash for our home after falling in love with it at this kitchen!
What makes this kitchen remodel special?
Is it cheesy to say that the best part is watching the clients enjoy and love their new kitchen is the best part? What a lot of people don’t realize is how much work goes into these before and after pictures.
- Months of planning, brainstorming, designing, and measuring.
- Long wait times for cabinets and appliances due to the supply chain issues.
- Many weeks of patience with construction mess.
- Decisions, decisions, decisions.
- Limited appliances during the demo process
So, to be at the end of a project and see clients happy with the outcome and enjoying their new space, it makes it all worth it in the end.
At the end of the day, this is just a kitchen. Is it beautiful? Sure! But the way we want to stand out is how we treated out clients, how we dealt with set backs, proper communication, respectful work zones, and fair pricing. Each job is an opportunity to be joyful and loving human beings to each other, and that’s really all it is about!
Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. Colossians 3:23