McKinney Ave. Sink

For this Dallas, TX kitchen remodel we gave these homeowners exactly what they were looking for! This kitchen was dark and dreary with brown painted cabinets, a small island, dark granite countertops, stick on backsplash, and tile flooring. We made this kitchen bright, inviting, and usable!

We installed a larger island with a pullout trash cabinet, space for a wine fridge, and much more storage space! Since the homeowners were about to have a baby, we used Caesarstone quartz countertops in Symphony Grey. Quartz products are stain resistant, scratch resistant, heat resistant, maintenance free, and are the cleanest product because the pores are so small. On the island, we did a waterfall edge to give this kitchen a clean look.

We installed Glazzio beveled glass backsplash behind the island cabinets to avoid scuff marks from shoes and to add a visual interest as you enter the kitchen. We also installed a decorative picture frame behind the sink using Daltile marble. To create a bright, open kitchen, we painted the cabinets white using Sherwin Williams and painted the walls a light grey.

Installing black hardware was the perfect complement to the client’s new KitchenAid appliances.  The client needed a larger cleaning space for dishes so we gave her a Blanco sink (single bowl stainless steel), and a Blanco semi-pro faucet.

Although the floors in this kitchen prior to the remodel were grey, they were old ceramic tiles with dirty and large grout lines. The client had hardwood floors throughout the rest of their house so we carried them into the kitchen as well. A lot of homeowners have concerns about putting hardwood floors in their kitchen however; we install hardwood floors in about half of our kitchen remodels. This space is now a great for entertaining friends and family or sitting down for a family dinner.