The Patels came to Hatchett with specific remodeling goals for their home in Chesapeake, but they needed our help to bring their new kitchen to life. They shared their wish list with our design team during the initial consultation
. They wanted to brighten up the space by removing the dining room wall and adding a window to the side of the house. They wanted to remove their current kitchen peninsula and install a larger island. And lastly, Mrs. Patel had a collection of elephant designed tiles that she wanted incorporated into the backsplash.
In order to make their new kitchen footprint as efficient as possible, Ashley relocated the sink and dishwasher to the Patel’s new kitchen island. Then she replaced the traditional range with a cooktop and a French door wall oven
to make it easier for them to access the oven.
cabinets are shaker style, made from maple wood and painted arctic white. Replacing the dark kitchen cabinets with white ones brightens the space and bounces the natural light from the new window. To complement the light fixtures, Ashley chose crystal hardware from Top Knobs
White subway tiles accentuate Mrs. Patel’s elephant tiles, and the Cambria Quartz Windermere tops complete the look.
Lastly, we installed GE Cafe Appliances
(including that awesome French door oven) and hardwood floors throughout the entire downstairs.
Great job, team! Special shout out to Kevin (Remodel Consultant), Kent (Project Manager), Ashley (Designer) and the entire crew who transformed the Patel’s kitchen.
Is your kitchen ready for a make-over? Schedule your in-home consultation with Hatchett Design Remodel today by calling or dropping by our showrooms in Newport News or Virginia Beach. It costs nothing to ask!