Olympia Townhouse Kitchen Remodel

Before shot of the galley kitchen of this townhouse shows the original oak cabinets, solid wood pantry doors, and microwave above the stove.

This after shot shows how we lightened and brightened the kitchen by using painted cabinets instead of wood.

This before shots shows the other side of the galley kitchen with the original oak cabinets. And a portion of the wall that was removed,

This after shot shows the new glass inset pantry doors and the sink wall with the new cabinetry. It also showcases how open the area feels due to removing the dividing wall between the kitchen and the dining room.  Which was a game changer.

The client and Alstadt fell in love with this Kohler faucet. The simplicity of it works seemlessly with the rest of the kitchen.

The cabinet above the sink was raised to provide adequate headroom as the old one did not. Because of the size of the kitchen, adding a shelf over the sink for decorative items, was a must.

Another shot of the custom shelving, which matches the one above the sink.

Removing the microwave and cabinet above the range really changed the feel of this side of the kitchen. This shot also shows how much removing the end wall opened up the space and the view.

The cabinet handles are from Jeffrey Alexander Belcastel 1 in brushed pewter.

The backsplash tile is from DalTile, Remedy, color Zen.