NE Dick Howser Court Kitchen – Project by Nina
This kitchen remodel in Lees Summit designed by Nina gave the homeowners a current look with tons of natural light. The white kitchen features Shiloh Shaker cabinets with glass doors on the top. The beautiful marble backsplash is brought to the ceiling and perfectly complements the quartz countertops. The brushed nickel hardware ties in perfectly with Thermador appliances.
Cedar Street Kitchen – Project by Donna
This gorgeous traditional kitchen designed by Donna won a National Association of the Remodeling Industry’s gold medal in the over $150,000 and it’s easy to see why. The traditional kitchen design maximized the kitchen’s space with a new layout. The large island provides workspace, seating, a second dishwasher and secondary sink. The gorgeous blue and white cabinetry extends to the ceiling providing additional storage. The kitchen also boasts dimmable lighting layers to set the create the right ambiance at any time of day.
W 66th Terrace Kitchen – Project by Megan
The original kitchen in this Prairie Village home was cramped, outdated and didn’t accommodate modern appliances. Megan was able to turn this space into an open and spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances and fun colors. The white cabinets and gray island look great with the teal glass tile backsplash and help to showcase the fun orange lamps which were picked by the homeowner.
W 67th Street Kitchen
This Mission Hills kitchen previously had an awkward layout which didn’t offer much functional space. There was also a lack of natural lighting due to two small windows. The designers Debby and Amy worked with the clients to re-create the space and create a larger opening from the dining room into the kitchen. The new large island has a Cambria Torquay quartz countertop. The new white cabinets with gray brushed glaze are outfitted with Rocky Mountain hardware. The new kitchen also features Elliptical mullion doors, Walker Zanger backsplash tile, and an apron front sink. This gorgeous kitchen now offers an open floor plan, tons of natural light, and additional storage.
Manor Road Kitchen – Project by Gayle
This breathtaking Leawood kitchen was designed by Gayle. The white cabinets are custom by Crestwood and have Statuary Vein marble countertops. The island offers a contrasting countertop with its Nespresso Suede granite. The fridge and freezer have custom paneled fronts tying them in perfectly with the cabinets. The Wolf range is any chef’s dream while the two chandeliers make the perfect statement.
W 66th Street Kitchen – Project by Megan
This kitchen was a dramatic transformation. Prior to the remodel the kitchen had its original 1950’s appliances, knotty pine cabinets, and large brick fireplace. Megan worked with the homeowners to create an open, modern kitchen with tons of natural light. The mudroom was transformed into the pantry and the huge fireplace was removed making way for a grand slider door. The high gloss white and quartered walnut custom cabinets are the perfect combination.