South Glen Eyrie Street Kitchen
Project by Ron Webster
This kitchen remodel is a great example of how a neutral palette can still offer plenty of depth. This kitchen before had dated white countertops with retro rounded corners and a tan diamond pattern backsplash that unfortunately matched perfectly. The old kitchen also featured a large peninsula high-top counter that created a pinch point and forced all foot traffic to pass through the kitchen to access other areas of the house. Not ideal for large gatherings or busy mornings. The new kitchen features all new cabinets, backsplash, appliances, and layout. The new island features seating for four and provides multiple pathways through the home. Glass globe pendant lights in both the kitchen and dining room add personality and tie both spaces together. The dining room also got brand new sliding glass doors that lead to a screened in porch.