1960’s Era Kitchen Transformed Into a 21st Century Gem

Updating this quaint 1960’s era Washington, DC condo kitchen while at the same time removing a wall to open up the space into the adjacent dining room was the goal of this remodel. Updated cabinets and a new refrigerator as well as a new floor were all must-haves for these homeowners.

The homeowners wanted to utilize most of the existing appliances into the remodel including the stove, microwave and dishwasher. A cost-efficient click in laminate floor provided a nice, simple look. Crystal Current cabinets in a linen color were incorporated into the design. A Kohler undermount farmhouse stainless sink created a unique look. A Cremna Noce tile was chosen, laid in a herringbone pattern for an added design element. And probably the most distinguishing feature of the new design; a unique butcher block mahogany wood countertop which truly sets the kitchen apart from any other.

The homeowners are thrilled with the look and feel and openness of the new kitchen space. The kitchen now emulates the style of the rest of the home creating a continuous look throughout.