Transformation Tuesday: A Warm, Transitional Kitchen Renovation


Fit + Finish Design turned a cramped, white kitchen into a functional space for entertaining full of warmth and unexpected details!




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Fit + Finish Design defined the kitchen area with a beautiful inlay of penny tiles. The monochromatic scheme, in addition to the small scale of the tile, resulted in a unique kitchen floor full of texture and detail!




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The most substantial change in this kitchen remodel was the removal of the perimeter island and upper cabinetry. This provided the opportunity for a larger main island full of storage as well as drink stations flanking the space. The kitchen area is now open to the living room, creating cohesion on the first floor.




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Upper cabinetry, cramped between the kitchen windows, was removed to make room for a new custom range hood and shelves, making the entire kitchen feel airy and spacious.




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A mixture of existing and new white furniture gives the living room portion of this renovation a light and relaxing feel. Warm-toned accents throughout the space complement the adjoining kitchen.




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The removal of the perimeter island and upper cabinetry created a more cohesive space, allowing the homeowners to easily entertain guests in the living room from the kitchen.











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