Chris and Katie Thomas had recently purchased their home and were looking to upgrade their cozy farmhouse kitchen to provide a more functional design.
The main design challenge was maximizing the usable space for the kitchen despite it being a very small room with four doors. However, during the design phase Castile Kitchen & Bath was able to make the best use of the space while improving the workflow and aesthetic design. Classic shaker-style Huntwood cabinets were installed in the color Eggshell. This helped preserve the charming look and feel of their vintage home while keeping the space light. The upper set of cabinet’s were increased in height, leaving only 6 inches of clearance to the ceiling. This small change would help provide more usable storage space in this small kitchen. An accompanying under-cabinet light system was installed to improve the countertop workspace lighting.
The countertops are a Broadway Black Leathered Quartz slab. The textured leathered countertop accompanied with a white porcelain farmhouse sink and brushed brass faucet help keep the vintage feel in this kitchen. The green Pental Mood Vetro glass subway tile backsplash adds a simple, clean element to this remodel while giving this space an interesting pop of color! The existing distressed wood fir floors in this kitchen were an element that the home owners really wanted to keep. These floors bring rustic, vintage elements into this space that flow through the rest of the home while giving this kitchen remodel depth and warmth!
The outcome of this remodel was a bright and beautiful kitchen, a delightfully functional design, and very happy clients!