Mr. and Mrs. Vincent chose Hatchett Design Remodel to renovate their kitchen and create an open concept living area. They enjoy hosting family functions with their children and grandchildren, and an open floorplan would provide a larger space for everyone to gather.
Open Concept Kitchen
In their initial consultation, our design team determined that the first step was to remove the wall between the kitchen and living room. Then we also needed to move the wall between the kitchen and guest bathroom. By converting that bathroom into a half bath, we were able to put that square footage to better use in their new kitchen.
Vincent Kitchen Island
Once the kitchen was opened up, we installed a large kitchen island that seats four people, and it gives the Vincents extra space for food prep and storage.
Ample storage space and easily accessible cabinets were priorities for the Vincent family. Their new kitchen cabinets are chocked full of storage solutions. Features like their new pull out shelves, a trash and recycling bin cabinet, and lazy Susans in the corner cabinets provide easy access to everyday needs. We also installed a drink cooler, so their grandkids can help themselves to snacks and drinks.
Coffee Bar in the Kitchen
As a treat for the grownups in the family, Mrs. Vincent requested that a coffee bar be worked into the design of their remodeled kitchen. This new nook, with floating shelves custom built by Kent, is the perfect spot to fuel up for the day ahead.
Materials for the Vincent Kitchen Remodel
The Vincents wanted a bright space, so Eileen recommended light-colored cabinets to help bounce light around the room. They chose the color “snow” for their Mantra cabinets. The Omni door style is a classic recessed panel with clean lines that are ideal for a transitional or contemporary design style kitchen. For some contrast with the cabinets, Eileen suggested Silestone Negro Tabas countertops and matte black pulls from Top Knobs. The matte black Moen faucet is also a nice contrast to their Kohler Whitehaven apron sink. Then the backsplash, Statuary Bright 3×6 subway tiles, tie the light and dark elements together.