|I think the daffodils were a perfect choice for the rebirth of this kitchen.|
|My clients hire me for my reno experience and design vision. Definitely not for my drawing capabilities!|
The end unit townhouse is in an area of Reston, Virgina close to some of the best shopping and restaurants (Reston Town Center) in the area and near where a new metro station is slated to be done in 2 years that will bring people into Tyson's Corner and Washington DC. I kept all of this in the back of my mind with every selection from lights, to tile, to finishes. Stylish, durable, and budget friendly were key words for this project.
The bulk head was removed and the new cabinets were taken up to the ceiling.
You can never go wrong with a shaker style cabinet. Beautiful and resilient in cherry.
The wall and door were removed to open the space and capture the light and woodland views.
Now the kitchen sink has a beautiful view of the trees in the backyard and a bar for seating next to the living/dining area.
The little bump out on the end of the cabinet is where the new mircowave vent was hidden.
A small consession to gain a microwave and get rid of the soffit!
The peninsula completely cut the room in half and created unusable space.
Stylish and functional.
Drawers throughout have the automatic soft close feature.
We moved this refridgerator down to the basement utility room.
The only appliance not to get relocated. Now it's just bigger and better looking!
The sun was going down and this shot shows the wonderful glow from the under cabinet lights.
The 2 little piggies left and took everything with them, but the kitchen sink...we threw that away!
All before photos courtesy of A&A. All after photos property of RLI Interiors and may not be copied or reproduced without permission.