My client’s 30-year old kitchen and adjacent laundry room were tired and falling apart. They live in a neighborhood of relatively traditional homes in Bethesda, Maryland — a neighborhood close to Washington, DC. They wanted a complete re-do with something ultra modern but with a touch of warmth.
After showing them several alternatives – 2 of which substantially changed the layout of the kitchen – they opted for a layout that was similar to their original layout but with appliances moved to more efficient locations and with more counter space and storage. They also substantially upgraded their lighting and appliances. We replaced ceramic tile flooring with oak hardwood color-matched to the rest of the home.
An narrow oak soffit — matching the flooring — is set off by LED cove lighting.
Many custom touches make the kitchen exceedingly efficient and well-tuned to my client’s lifestyle.