Kitchen Remodel – Beaverton

Homeowners were in need of more space in their cramped kitchen that hadn’t been updated since its construction in the early ’70’s. Walls divided the kitchen and living room into completely separate spaces, and a half-wall further divided the dining room and kitchen. This made for an inefficient use of space, and fractured up space used primarily for entertaining.

The total of the structural work included an overhead beam replacing the wall between the kitchen and living room, half-wall removed at dining, and kitchen window replaced with a sleeker picture window. The cabinetry is custom solid-wood construction by Huntwood, painted Phantom Gray. The countertops are a white quartz, with waterfall edge at the end of the peninsula. Glass herringbone tile makes the backsplash, and gives a brightness and glow to the whole kitchen. The entire first floor has new hardwood and new paint in every room, along with new LED lighting. More windows were replaced upstairs, along with other minor repairs.


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