This kitchen remodeling project involved quite a bit of remodeling to reconfigure the old kitchen.  We started by removing the dropped plant shelves that surrounded the entire kitchen.  After reconfiguring everything, new cabinets, quartz countertops, porcelain tile flooring, lighting, and subway tile backsplash were all added to give this dated kitchen a fresh new traditional look.  We used Bridgewood Advantage Line cabinets, the Windom door was done in a Cherry wood with a Café stain.  The countertops were done in quartz, the color is Bradshaw by Cambria and we did a Hollywood Bevel for the edge.  Some of the finishing touches include 2 part crown molding, a decorative panel on the back of the island, a decorative glass cabinet, and adjustable roll out trays in the pantry.

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