Wilsher Residence Kitchen Remodel
The Wilsher kitchen started out as a very closed-in area with walls dividing the dining area and living area from the kitchen, the dining area and living area had lots of natural light but the kitchen was very dim and cramped due to the walls. After removing the walls on two sides, cabinetry was installed to allow for an eating bar on the opposite side of the kitchen sink, opening the area and allowing for an open, light filled gathering area. Cabinetry is stained birch, granite counter tops, marble tile backsplash and LVT tile flooring.
Some of the extras in this kitchen are under counter lights recessed into the bottom of the upper cabinets along with the receptacles to allow for a very clean backsplash area, a built in coffeemaker recessed into the wall and plumbed with a water line to save counter space and remove the need to fill the coffee pot each time you make coffee, a device drawer with a built in receptacle to allow for electronics to be hidden as they charge, lighting under the kitchen sink to allow for bright storage space.