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Don't Drool too much over this Gorgeous Mid Century Modern Kitchen!! 

What a transformation this kitchen made after we completely opened up the space to create the open concept layout. No structural beams required :)

Form meets function in this kitchen with stunning neutralized walnut cabinetry, quartz countertops, back-painted glass backsplash and a down draft stove vent to maintain sight lines.

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Angled 2-level islands are so out!!!

We took this inefficient and boring kitchen and turned it into a showstopper by creating an oversized island with waterfall quartz edges, and removed the bulkhead to fully utilize the height of the space.

The white on white with gold and walnut accents really creates a light and inviting space!

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Do we really need a wall there??

The main focus of this closed off kitchen was to open up the space between the kitchen and dining room. This was achieved by removing the wall and installing an LVL beam.

Taking out a wall isn't as hard as it may seem you just need the right team to do it!!

Now the new cabinetry has room to shine and we created more seating, who can complain about that!

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We need more storage!!

More storage was the main solution for this renovation. When there isn't much space to grow you have to get creative.

With the help of the cabinet designers, the homeowner's created more space by adding additional cabinetry to the island and making it one level, then also adding a bank of cabinets along the stairwell wall.

A little more storage sure goes a long way, and some new finishes completely brighten up the space. 

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