This Clifton Park homeowner’s typical 90’s home needed wood siding repairs, and that was how they first contacted Bennett. We started with a substantial wood siding repair project the year prior. Once the siding was completed, they decided to move forward with the kitchen that project manager Anthony had been discussing with them.
Bennett designer Justina worked on their design. Not much changed in the way of layout, but the new design gave it a very fresh look.
We are now under contract to complete a laundry room remodel which is next to the kitchen.
For the design these are RD Henry cabinets with a soft off white paint on the perimeter and an Ebony stained oak wood island that has rub through distressing. They wanted to mix in a little bit of a modern farmhouse feel for the overall look – using walnut on the island really warms up the space from the overall neutral tones of the cabinetry. Their original kitchen had a very oddly shaped island that was too far away from their main working zone. We went for a more standard rectangular size island that is full of storage on both sides. The client has a dining table right next to the island, so they did not need the extra seating at the island.
We also utilized the interior wall (where the fridge is) to add more cabinet, a beverage fridge and pantry cabinetry. One of the pantry cabinets is a full height pull-out with access on both sides. They updated all their appliances to higher end built in models, including a warming drawer and a smart oven.
Cambria quartz in Wisely was used on the perimeter and carried over into the family rooms bar top. Textured 4×12 subway tile was used in the kitchen’s backsplash in a light gray tone to carry over the grays from their quartz and flooring.
Black hardware on the cabinets and the lighting fixtures lends to the farmhouse feel, but the stainless steel faucet compliments the stainless appliances.