Rose Hollow Kitchen Remodel

This client approached us because he wanted to update the original 1980's kitchen in his townhouse. Sight lines were limited from the kitchen to the dining and living spaces due to a dividing upper cabinet wall. We first investigated some of the costs with demolishing the wall, painting/refacing the cabinets, and adding new counters. After some pricing exercises, we concluded that fully replacing the cabinets was comparable to giving them a facelift. We worked closely with Tallahassee Kitchen Center and Greg Hensley Builder Inc. to remodel the space for the client. Design changes included opening the wall between the kitchen and dining/hall spaces, adding new cabinets, counters, tile floors, paint, appliances, plumbing, and recessed lighting fixtures. Photo Credits: Socially Loved

Rose Hollow Kitchen Remodel