From Dated ’90s to a Chic Chef’s Kitchen – Week 4

From Dated ’90s to a Chic Chef’s Kitchen – Week 4

We are following along on the progress of this Leavenworth home built in the early 1990s. The remodel will include a new layout as well as fabulous finishes. Just in case you missed it here's Week 1, Week 2 and Week 3.  The homeowners worked with Kelsey Kimble and communicated their wishlist for their new kitchen. Kelsey took their visions and ran with them to create a stunning new space. With floors finished, cabinets installed and everything painted it's time to wrap up this project!

Kitchen Counters & Tile

The team installs the butcher block piece on the island while Dimensional Stoneworks install the quartz counters. Once the counters are installed the backsplash tile work kicks off. The subway tile is installed to cabinet height on the entire perimeter wall. 

Final Electrical & Appliance Install

The electricians came in and wrapped up the electrical work which means the new light fixtures can be hung over the island and in the dining room. That also means the appliances can be installed. Once they’re installed the kitchen is nearly complete and it is looking amazing!

Kelsey shows us the kitchen just before the project wraps. In our next post, we’ll share the completed pictures!

 

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Kelsey Kimble

Kelsey came to the Schloegel team with a wealth of expertise and experience. She has an Interior Design AAS degree from Johnson County Community College and is a Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD). Kelsey loves working with clients and learning more about them. Listening to and understanding a client's pain points and needs help in creating a design and ultimately lead to the success of the project. Kelsey finds a difficult challenge is the ultimate motivator and enjoys going through the creative process to find the perfect innovative solution.