Sometimes the best way to start a new life together is to make the home you share reflect both of you. A couple that was just moving in together and planning on getting married felt that way. My job was to take a home that was hers and make it theirs. They have been happily married for more than a year and their home is a blend of both of their taste and looks great!
This energetic family wanted to have a kitchen that was both durable and lived up to their wonderful, fun, and energetic personality. As a neighbor, I was asked to stop by to see if I could fix a broken cabinet. The kitchen needed more than a fix on this worn-out cabinet. So that was just the beginning. I transformed their kitchen into a cheerful and modern space, with solid wood cabinets, quartz countertops, and a sunny yellow glass backsplash. Now their kitchen reflects their energy and happiness. What they had was flat pack cabinets from a local big box store that had passed their expiration date. Now, it is as bright and energetic as they are.
12 Greendale: Kitchen Greenbelt is famous for its historic 1937 homes. Equally important to the community are the many single-family ranches built in the historic area in the '50s and '60s. This ranch on Greendale had seen some interesting and ugly renovation in its 1/2 century of life but this new young owners looking were looking to create a wonderful home and breath new life into their new home and community. They ask me to help give some real CPR to what was supposed to be a kitchen. The results are stunning.