Nest Designs was contacted by a homeowner who was ready for a change to his existing kitchen. The above image is what his kitchen looked like before the renovation.
Here is what his kitchen looks like now. As you can see, we removed several walls and opened up the kitchen into the living area. That was just the start of the transformation. My design also added a dual height island with seating for four. New flooring, new granite counter-tops, a new lighting plan and a peninsula hood are also part of the this space’s transformation. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
You can see how the two colors of kitchen cabinetry play against each other in this image. There are also two different types of granite on the counter-tops. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
There were some major changes in this kitchen renovation. The first thing Nest Designs created was a u-shaped kitchen floor-plan that incorporated a breakfast bar/peninsula with two different heights for the counter-tops. The homeowner’s requested that their existing flooring be incorporated into the new design and that is the only part of the old kitchen that remains.
After – Spring Valley Kitchen
The soapstone counter-tops really compliment the custom cherry cabinetry. Nest Designs selected gorgeous slate tile for the back-splash. All new stainless steel appliances, a contemporary island hood and great lighting fixtures (selected by the homeowner’s) really add to the transformation of this kitchen. And yes, that is a soapstone sink. After photos by Bealer Photographic Arts.
Over the course several months Nest Designs LLC helped transform this space from an empty shell into this showpiece. From the original design concept to the finished space, this is definitely one of my favorite interior design projects to date. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
It’s hard to believe looking at this image that this kitchen was in a house that had been totally gutted. No plumbing, no lights, no appliances, no cabinetry just the support beam across the middle of the ceiling. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
This view allows you to see the custom built range hood. There is a beautiful farm sink and two contrasting granite counter-tops. Notice the bar sink in the island. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
This is a kitchen in Historic South Park that was still being worked on. The new cork flooring, laminate coutner-tops and fresh blue paint help tie the kitchen together. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.