From a dramatic, ceiling-to-floor renovation to a one-day wood reconditioning job, Kitchen Tune-Up owners around the country prove that no job is too big or too small. The same attention to detail goes into every one of these award-winning projects. Take a look at these April winners and see why homeowners choose KTU to turn kitchen dreams into realities.
Paul and Kathryn Jost
This project is a great example of Kitchen Tune-Up’s Redooring Plus service. This client’s kitchen had dark wood slab doors that shrank the space visually, and the Josts and their team replaced doors and drawer fronts with maple doors in the versatile Shaker style, painted a serene Folkstone gray. The lighter color perks up the previously dim kitchen, and the addition of crown molding gives a polished look. The bar-shaped, black drawer pulls and door handles provide visual contrast against the pale gray cabinets.
Tinley Park, IL
Steve Bonezek is new to Kitchen Tune-Up in 2020, but this winning project shows he and his team already have what it takes to make clients happy. They refaced the cabinet frames, then replaced the old flat-panel oak doors with Kitchen Tune-Up’s exclusive Haglundridge doors in glacier white. Gorgeous Cambria countertops complemented the doors and picked up on the cool gray tone of the new subway tile backsplash.
Adam and Rachel Phillips
Matte black granite countertops add drama to this stunning remodel. From ceiling to floor, this project took the existing space from dull to dynamic. The client wanted all-new cabinets and the Kitchen Tune-Up Wichita, KS team installed maple Shaker cabinets in a light tone called alabaster. The kitchen island is stained a contrasting gray, and features convenient pull-out drawers that let the clients see and reach every item easily. Look at the backsplash, too: The old, square tiles are gone, replaced with elegant rectangular tiles in a herringbone pattern. New lighting brightens the kitchen with a trio of industrial-style lamps over the island.
Lynn and Pat Aman
A cocoa glaze on top of antique white doors highlights the cabinets’ details and gives them a charming, old-world look. The client chose Shaker style doors and Kitchen Tune-Up Aberdeen added glass-fronted cabinets at the top, extending the cabinets to the ceiling. This winning project in the redooring category shows how a few changes like new doors and the simple addition of small cabinets can transform an entire kitchen.
Andy Thompson and Bobby and Ashley Kuhns
Green Bay, WI
The one-day Tune-Up wood reconditioning process is Kitchen Tune-Up’s signature service, and this project is a classic example of how a Tune-Up makes cabinets look new. The drawer fronts were scraped, dinged and faded, but the Kitchen Tune-Up Green Bay, WI team deep cleaned the wood, covered the damage, and restored the wood to its original glow. New hardware brings sparkle and an updated look to the cabinetry. Kitchen Tune-Up performed its Tune-Up magic on the kitchen doors and bathroom vanity for this client.
Dan and Tina Wilson
A cabinet painting project highlights how much change you can get simply by painting, without any new cabinetry. This kitchen already had eye-catching shapes like the arch over the stove and the big, elegant island. But the extremely dark cabinets and island weighed down the space. Kitchen Tune-Up McKinney, TX painted the cabinets a soothing shade called dried thyme, while the island is repose gray. New countertops and a new backsplash complete the look–and notice how the backsplash’s glossy tile now brings even more light into the kitchen.
If you’re interested in having Kitchen Tune-Up turn your kitchen into an award-winning project, reach out to your local Kitchen Tune-Up location today!
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