From dark and dated to stylish and sleek, the kitchen in this Normandy Farms subdivision home hadn’t been updated since being built in 1989. The new owners wanted a more open space to ramp up the room’s functionality and improve the overall aesthetic.
- Bright white custom cabinets add light to the space, while indigo shades on the island and backsplash provide a touch of depth and modern style.
- A wall dividing the kitchen and dining room was removed, opening the space and improving the room’s flow and function.
- The original bar-height island that interrupted the line of sight was replaced with a counter-height island, making entertaining and serving a breeze.
- Honey bronze finishes and wood shelving bring warmth and classic style with a pristine modern touch.