Reclaiming Kitchen Space in Lancaster

Project Overview


Our homeowners have lived in their home 36 years incorporating minor changes during that time. Dreaming of updating their kitchen, it was time for a complete remodel before the holiday season was upon them.


The original kitchen featured a separate dining area, but the new design called for a complete transformation. This involved removing the existing peninsula, extending cabinetry into the former dining space for added storage, and introducing a stove with an above-the-range microwave. The design selections included ready-to-assemble Catalina slate cabinets, quartz countertops, a full-height tile backsplash reaching the ceiling, a farmhouse sink, and custom-stained floating shelves.


The renovation process kicked off with the removal of all existing cabinetry, the peninsula, and a double oven. The installation of new cabinets commenced, stretching along the wall to an exterior door. Pantry doors were upgraded to paint-grade shaker doors. New floor tiling and LED can lights were incorporated, and floating shelves were seamlessly added. Through a strategic reconfiguration of the kitchen layout, space for a dine-in table was successfully reclaimed.


In the words of our homeowners, “We were very happy with all the attention to detail, helpful workers, and continually getting feedback on what was happening. We love our kitchen now and are enjoying it every single day.”

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