This galley kitchen is hardly recognizable after we gave it a facelift. Our client’s original kitchen was cramped and closed off. Its L-shaped island inhibited mobility and made the room feel smaller than normal. We started by opening up the kitchen and installing a large beam in the opening to expand the space into a galley style. We changed out the old flooring and replaced it with hand-scraped wide plank wood. We also installed white cabinets and a wide piece of steel to open up the sunroom area and vaulted ceiling. There is ample seating at the island, and the space is complete with recessed lighting, quartz countertops, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Our client was a repeat customer for whom we’ve completed several home projects. She was once again satisfied by our work in the kitchen, which now feels open and airy compared to the outdated original version.