A Unique Mid-century Kitchen
This stunning mid-century kitchen represents a radical transformation from an old, cramped layout to a new, open concept design. Removing the wall between the dining room and the kitchen, we were able to broaden the scope of the kitchen. We then provided a sense of purpose and separation with a bar styled peninsula. A series of wraparound windows provide much needed natural light and openness.
Our team installed new oak flooring that was matched to the existing hardwoods that are throughout the house. Then, we refinished all of them for a seamless transition. The Ikea box cabinets with Richelieu doors were custom designed and installed through our craft partner, Modus Workshop. Take a look at the built-in microwave cabinet!
We installed a Kraus farmhouse/apron kitchen sink, complemented by the Vigo Greenwich pull down single handle kitchen faucet, to give a timeless, though contemporary flair. A beverage nook provides the perfect space to brew up that favorite blend of coffee or mix that special drink. Also, our clients requested USB charging ports along the countertop to provide added convenience for busy family members.
Our clients for this beautiful mid-century kitchen wanted to add some very personal, special touches to this kitchen. One of those touches was the laser etchings, done by The Mark-It, to the subway tile above the stove and behind the sink. Another was the bench at the back door which is crafted from reclaimed barn wood from the family’s farm. We love these special touches that give this mid-century kitchen a one-of-a-kind feel, how about you?
Here’s what this mid-century kitchen homeowner had to say about Mint Construction: “We loved working with Matt and Kate at Mint! They completely renovated our kitchen, and soon after rebuilt our deck. Both projects went really well and are beautiful!” (Facebook)