Kitchen Renovation, Beacon NY
This typical 70s split-level kitchen was opened up to the living room and dining room and gutted. The entire kitchen including fixtures, cabinets, and countertops were retrofitted from a high-end cabinetry store clearance.
The 1970 split level kitchen was given the open floor plan treatment: one and a half walls were removed and the kitchen entirely gutted and redone.
Stunning sage green Plain n’ Fancy cabinetry was sourced from a high end store clearance and carefully pieced together to fit the new kitchen footprint.
In addition to the lucky cabinetry find, the designer and home owner also stumbled upon the perfect color and style backsplash tile, Mod-Craft dimensional clay tile in denim blue, at a local estate sale. Mod-Craft is hand-made in Beacon NY.
Retrofitting the existing cabinetry into the new kitchen footprint took ingenuity and compromise – the owners forewent in door ice/water on the fridge to get a SMEG unit in the perfect size.
The original kitchen plan called for a small center island, however the designer instead utilized a rolling industrial cart which both fits perfectly against the wall for extra storage and also rolls out into the kitchen for big-batch baking or serving.