Inspiration for a transitional galley light wood floor and beige floor eat-in kitchen remodel in Chicago with medium tone wood cabinets, quartz countertops, beige backsplash, subway tile backsplash, two islands, white countertops and recessed-panel cabinets

Yes, That wall can be removed! This Kitchen Doubled In Size!

Transitional Kitchen, Chicago

Our craftsmen removed an existing wall, doubling the depth of this kitchen. The doorway from kitchen to foyer and the doorway from kitchen to family room were widened and new headers were installed. Now, the remodeled area allowed for TWO islands and more cabinetry. Plug-molds, hidden under the island and under the wall cabinets, maintained a clean look eliminating receptacles. The finishing touch was the brick pattern subway backsplash tile and the accent tile in the niche above the range. The new Red Oak flooring was our final detail.
Inspiration for a transitional galley light wood floor and beige floor eat-in kitchen remodel in Chicago with medium tone wood cabinets, quartz countertops, beige backsplash, subway tile backsplash, two islands, white countertops and recessed-panel cabinets - Houzz

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