Kitchen – 2015
Project LocationLancaster, PA
This project was the renovation of an outdated kitchen from the 1970’s in a typical bi-level home. It had seen minor updates over time, but was in need of a total overhaul to provide better storage, more counter space, more openness to the adjacent dining room, and more specific storage options.
A built in seating area with cabinetry storage underneath was added, providing seating for 3-4 people. A pass through opening to the dining room with pendant lighting was cut into the dividing partition wall.
Our client frequently entertains large groups of people, and she wanted a place to serve food that could be accessed from both the kitchen and the dining room, while also having a place that she and her husband could eat at every day (replacing the table that was there previously).
We combined the cook top and the wall oven into a slide-in range to open up space for a built-in pantry cabinet with roll out shelving for greater and more functional storage. We also provided a built-in a trash can cabinet to the left of the range.
Included in this package are cherry cabinets with “Vogue” flat panel full overlay doors; simple square stainless steel knobs. The countertops are Cambria Langdon with a Blanco stainless steel undermount sink and a Delta Trinsic stainless steel faucet. Tile is 3”x6” beveled subway tile in a matte finish. Also LED under cabinet lighting. We installed Armstrong Lenastone luxury vinyl tile in a diagonal brick pattern. Lastly we updated the recessed lighting, pendant, and ceiling fan for a more up-to-date look.