Interior Remodel – Part 2 of 8

Do you ever look around your kitchen and just think ‘This could be better’? You might be right, and we might be able to help you prove it. This lady certainly did, as you can see in this week’s post, when we enter what is arguably the most important room in a house and watch it transform from a bare, unsightly corner into a beautiful modern kitchen.

After demolition, this space is scarcely identifiable as a kitchen:20160415_145730

The Certainteed® drywall is hung, and if you look to the right, you can see the original brick dining room wall:20160504_153141

The dining room wall, freshly painted white to match the living room brick:2016-07-11 11.13.29

The new custom-built kitchen cabinets are installed:2016-07-15 13.56.422016-07-15 13.56.58

The finished product, with gleaming Cambria® countertops and Daltile® backsplash:2017-01-16 15.31.44

As you can see, the COREtec® flooring from the living room stretches on into the dining room and kitchen:2017-01-16 15.29.26

The dining room table in the foreground, with the painted brick wall to the right and the finished kitchen in the background. In this photo, the under-cabinet lights in the kitchen have been turned on:2017-01-16 15.37.35

Don’t you wish your kitchen looked like this?2017-01-16 15.29.42

Perhaps it can. Contact us here or give us a call at (870) 845-1121 and we can give you a free estimate on transforming the kitchen in your house.

Last week we remodeled the living room; next week, it’s time for the master bed and bath. Enter your email on the right or like our page on Facebook to be sure you don’t miss it.

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