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Before & After: Woodbine Gardens Kitchen

We're back today with another Before & After post for the recently completed kitchen at Project Woodbine Gardens! If you have been following along on Instagram, you would have already seen some completed photos of the kitchen...but keep reading to see some progress and before photos to get a sense of the transformation this space went through.


Before


During

We removed all the cabinets, appliances and existing tiles. To get better use of the space, we designed an L shape kitchen with the sink under the window and the stove and fridge along the longer wall.


Even though the ceiling height was only 7', we still opted to keep the crown moulding on the uppers because it gives it a much more substantial and completed feel, especially if you are spending money doing custom cabinetry already.


The final few weeks are always so exciting because all the finishing touches are happening! It's amazing to see those ideas in my head translated into something real, tangible and usable.


After

...And the final product! We went for playful two toned cabinetry and all the finishes took a lot of coordinating so that it will still remain fresh and classic for years to come. Not everything has to match (it's actually best if it doesn't!), but everything in the space should work together.


This L shape kitchen works A LOT better than before and offers much more countertop area and working space.


We specified these beautiful aged brass cup pulls and knobs to contrast with the neutral gray-white cabinets and Carrara marble backsplash.


We managed to fit in a little counter-height table that provides a small eat-in area or extra space for cooking and baking.


Hope you enjoyed this brief walkthrough of the process and stay tuned for some new projects that are in the works right now!


 

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