Mid-century Modern Kitchen Remodel UTC

We worked with this client to transform their home by created an inviting and open living area. To enable this transformation, we first removed a partition wall that had previously separated the living room and the dining room. Doing this opened up the space between the kitchen and dining room. The beam on top opened up the wall and we were able to keep the post in place to keep the original architecture intact. To maximize the storage space, we closed the door and windows. This allowed us to install the cabinetry that the client desired. For the cabinetry, we went with a two-tone color scheme, using a white upper cabinet with a teal base cabinet. These color choices aligned well with the glossy glass vertical herringbone tile. Additionally, in this whole home remodel, we also installed luxury vinyl flooring and tile surrounding a brand-new fireplace. The end result was a refreshed home that our client could enjoy with family and friends.