Sammamish Kitchen Remodel – Before and After
A remodel to a 1970s split level home. The original kitchen was enclosed and separated from the rest of the living space. With limited counter space and a dining nook too small to be utilized, the existing space was in need of some improvement. Our design included opening up the walls, modifying the layout while still keeping plumbing intact, adding a built-in microwave to open up more counter space, replacing and relocating a pantry closet with a built-in cabinet pantry and adding additional countertop area. The footprint of the kitchen remains the same but it feels twice the size as the original.
The living room received updated finishes including a new stone veneer on the fireplace, wood ceiling, and a built-in media cabinet carved out above the entry closet.
More images of this remodel can be view on its project page: http://www.grouparch.com/projects/residential/sammamish-kitchen-remodel