We recently completed a gorgeous remodel in Trout Valley, Illinois. The owners of this contemporary ranch were looking to give their kitchen an updated style and to create a functional workflow. The clients’ desire was to create a more open floorplan by removing a wall and creating an open concept. This allowed for maximum function with a minimum of visual obstacles.
What makes this monochromatic palette so interesting is the mixture of materials. The kitchen highlights the juxtaposition of gloss acrylic and weathered cherry wood, along with: patterned resin door inserts, bronze metal frames, quartz countertops, wood planked flooring, and a natural travertine backsplash. The contrasting materials create a “design-forward” and comfortable space.
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Check out before and after photos!
Cabinet Brand: Dura Supreme
Door Styles: Ava 2T—White acrylic gloss with 2 toned edge banding
Camden-Cherry weather B finish
Countertop: Quartz-Zodiaq Snow Flurry with a built up edge detail and waterfall edge
Designer: Tracey Paulson, Mundelein Showroom
Are you interested in working with Seigle’s on your kitchen remodel? Set up an appointment at your nearest location today!