We recently completed a gorgeous kitchen remodel in Elgin, Illinois. The owner wanted a complete kitchen refresh with more function and storage. They also wanted to get rid of the obtrusive peninsula that made no sense for the flow of the kitchen.
So we moved the refrigerator, which transformed the layout, offering more storage, drawers, and counter space. We even included a mixer shelf for easy-access baking! We moved the ovens to minimize how it looks under a soffit. Eliminating the peninsula gave the kitchen a more open concept that was the best way to use the space—and also offered better function. The kitchen takes advantage of full access construction, which is great for a smaller kitchen as it adds 13 percent more storage. And a two tone color scheme with some glass doors completely updated the style.
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Check out some before and after photos!
Cabinet Brand: Omega
Door Style/Wood/Finish: Renner/Maple/Beach House and Rain
Designer: Chris Catalano
Are you interested in remodeling your kitchen? Remember, Seigle’s is a great place to get your project started—design work and estimates are free, and we can help with the whole process, with financing through GreenSky and installers with our ProInstall program! Set up an appointment to speak with a designer today to get started.