Waukesha Kitchen Remodel
Highlights of this Waukesha Kitchen Remodel
- Alder Cabinets with Granite Countertops
- Updated Lighting
- LED Undercabinet Lighting
- A Functional Island
- Hardwood Flooring
- Slate Tile Backsplash
The Waukesha family had lived with an outdated home for 20 years. Now the kids were grown, and gone. The couple wanted some help. She asked us if we could do a kitchen remodel so that it was brighter, and had a more open-concept design into the dining room, and family room. “The prior owner never met a wallpaper she didn’t like. It’s gotta go,” she said. As most kitchen designs are, this was a busy one. It’s the most important room in the house, but there was very poor traffic flow.
After this kitchen renovation, this couple now has a bright, open kitchen in which they can prepare meals, and spend family time together, without collisions. They can entertain people. This all can even be done without having to look at outdated wallpaper.
Spice Rack Pullout
Traditional KitchenThe 1970s never left this kitchen in Waukesha. With a remodel, the raised panel cabinets and classic hardware give this traditional kitchen a beautiful look. But the worst? The space was too cramped for more than one person, the dishwasher door blocked access to the sink and collided with the range door, and the wallpaper - well - let's just say it had served its time. © David Bader Photography
Kitchen IslandConverting the peninsula into an island created a more open concept and improved flow in this Waukesha kitchen. The dishwasher door in this kitchen remodel no longer blocks the sink. © David Bader Photography
Spice Rack PulloutCounter space and cabinet space were lacking in this Waukesha kitchen, making the space feel crowded. In this kitchen renovation, space was added through more lower cabinets in the island, as well as in creative storage solutions like this spice rack pull-out.