Free Residence

Kitchen Remodel In NH

As it is well known… The Kitchen is the Heart of the home. So with that having a kitchen that is well planned out and properly designed is worth its weight in gold. Functionality, style, quality, lighting, storage space, counter type, appliances etc. are just a few things that need to be considered when deciding on a final plan so don’t go at it alone. A seasoned professional will help you speed up the process but more importantly help you get it right the first time.

The Free kitchen was a kitchen & dinning room renovation project where we inverted the two existing rooms. The kitchen was moved over to where the dinning room was and the dinning room was moved over to where the kitchen was. We did this because the original kitchen was crammed into an area where no room was available to layout a new stylish and functional kitchen. Going with a plan on using the dinning room area for the new kitchen was a great cost effective option.

Here are some of the kitchen specifications…

⦁ Painted Maple Custom Cabinets
⦁ Farmers Sink
⦁ Custom Built Sink Base (on-site)
⦁ Crown & Light Rail Molding
⦁ Soft Close Hinges
⦁ Under Counter LED Lighting
⦁ Quartz Counter Tops
⦁ Stainless Steel Appliances
⦁ Slide In Double Range
⦁ Garbage Disposal
⦁ Dishwasher
⦁ Built In Under Counter Microwave Draw
⦁ Breakfast Bar
⦁ Recessed LED Lighting
⦁ Ceramic Tiled Floor
⦁ Tiled Backsplash

The end result was nothing less than phenomenal. The new kitchen got a 9’ raised ceiling and the new dining room was kept at 8’. The traffic flow between both rooms was greatly enhanced and the new stylish cabinets now provide twice the amount of storage room and workspace compared to the original location. The old plywood cabinets were gladly sent into retirement (trash heap). The dining room was fit up with a gorgeous wall unit that provides an elegant showpiece but has great functionality as it provides lots of valuable storage space. With authentic ¾’ hardwood flooring the two areas became one but yet still each room retained its own individual look and feel.