This is the culmination of an ongoing project in Kansas City’s historic Waldo neighborhood. You can catch up on what happened in weeks 1 through 5 here.
Just a few weeks ago, the Allmon kitchen was cramped and uninspiring. Sure it was effective, but it never became a go-to gathering spot for Debby and her family. The cabinets and appliances were a little outdated, and the floorplan was cramped, separating the kitchen from the rest of the Allmon home.
Well, their dream kitchen remodel is now finished and the results are stunning. The grey backsplash and tile look great with the white cabinets and new stainless steel appliances. The combination of chic patterns on the lighting, the chairs and even the backsplash really bring the entire design together. Add in the bold color and pattern of the wallpaper in the half bath, and you have an awe-inspiring design that is sure to bring the wow to any gathering.
Beyond just the design elements, the space now fits the everyday needs of the Allmon family. The new, open floorplan makes it easier for the family to gather.
New functionality was added throughout the space, including an update to the existing mudroom. This photo comes complete with some hometown, Kansas City pride.
The half-bath has seen possibly the most dramatic makeover, going from a garish pink tile to a bold wallpaper.
Finally, the real showstopper here is the new, built-in china hutch with glass on 3 sides. This great piece becomes a great focal point between the dining room and the kitchen.
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This is part of an ongoing project administered by Debby Allmon, Certified primaryDesigner
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Debby achieved her Bachelors Degree from the University of Missouri in 1992 and has been with Schloegel Design Remodel since 1995. Debby served as president of the Kansas City Chapter of NARI in 2007 and has held several positions on the NARI board of Directors. She has held her CR designation since 2000 and achieved the primaryCertified Remodeler designation in 2015. In 2012, Debby earned her Universal Design Certified Professional designation.