This U space kitchen in Newark had its own set of design challenges due to the tight nature of the space. Our designer Valori used medallion custom cabinetry to optimize the kitchen space and utilize every inch of room. She used blind corners for the walls to allow for extra wall storage. She also utilized a 4 drawer base to the right of the fridge to help with organization. Our designers are trained and experienced in thinking of unique ways to achieve the customers kitchen goals while staying constrained to the space they are working with.
Cabinetry and Countertops
Medallion Gold line cabinetry, Wellington Flat panel door with an Eagle Rock finish. All of our cabinetry features full extension drawers and soft close doors and drawers. We also did a 1.5″ extended top rail on the cabinets and then used 1.25″ crown to close off the cabinets to the ceiling giving it a finished and complete look. The counter tops are Sapphire Blue granite measured and installed by Tile Market of Delaware with a eased edge.
This project was much more involved than just a kitchen. We removed the flooring in the living room, laundry room powder room and hallway. We then stiffened the floor and laid down Luxury Vinyl tile (LVT). LVT is a waterproof and durable floating floor product that is becoming increasingly popular. It is great for kitchens bathrooms and everything in between. The consistent floor throughout the house really transformed the entire first floor. We also painted the walls and ceiling a new grey/beige color that goes extremely well with the new floor and kitchen color scheme. the old trim was also removed everywhere we did flooring and brand new baseboard and casing was installed on the first floor. We added 6 recessed lights, and under cabinet lights in the kitchen and installed brand new electrical devices in black to blend into the back splash.
We added a mosaic tile back splash that tied together nicely with the faucet and appliances. Over the fridge we have a 24″ deep cabinet with a finished interior and floating shelf. This feature is great for displaying fine china and other items. The pass through from the kitchen to living room was made as large as possible to allow as much open-ness as possible between the two rooms.