10/28/2010

Kitchen Project Photos

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Make cooking, dining, and entertaining easier with a 
kitchen that is full of style and amenities as it fits 
your family's needs. Get inspired by these amazing 
before and after kitchen makeovers, and 
start planning for a kitchen redo of your own.

Kitchen
Before: Cute but Cramped
This cottage kitchen was already quite cute; it just needed 
a more efficient layout and a little more light.
Awkwardly placed appliances and an overscale island 
took up valuable kitchen space, while doorways 
cut up even more of the 25x12-foot floor space.
The ceiling was oppressively low-only 7 feet 10 inches, 
adding to the confined feel.

Kitchen
After: Sweet and Spacious
By rearranging traffic patterns, removing walls, and improving the location of appliances, this kitchen got the extra light, space, and style it needed. Four tall windows above the sink, a creamy white palette, and reflective surfaces make the room feel open and airy. A coffered ceiling, arched doorways, and crown moldings reinforce the kitchen's cottage appeal.


Kitchen
 Before: In Need of Repair
This kitchen needed a complete overhaul of its cabinets, surfaces, and appliances
it had barely been updated since the home was built in 1966. An unnecessary row of upper and lower cabinets sliced the room in half, leaving a cramped space for cooking and another for dining.
Kitchen
After: Eco-Friendly Remodel
With a passion for all things green, the homeowners made sure their buying and building decisions were eco-friendly. They turned the layout 90 degrees, which opened up the spaceand brought in more natural light from a bay window by the banquette. They installed environmentally friendly materials and appliances: certified eucalyptus hybrid wood cabinetry, paint with no volatile organic compounds (zero-VOC), xenon lighting, recycled-glass tile backsplash,
and Energy Star-rated appliances. Article Continues


Article Supplied by: http://www.bhg.com/


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