Hillside, IL 60162 Kitchen Remodeling by Meeder Design & Remodeling
When planning a remodeling project, many homeowners think it means the complete destruction and rebuilding of a room. However, this isn’t always the case.
While the new kitchen still utilizes some of the past structure, there is plenty of new construction to make it unique. prominent is the coveted island, which was built along with the new cabinets. Although made in the same style as the existing cabinets, the island has a darker stain to add contrast to the kitchen’s look. Its granite top is also a lighter color compared to the original countertops, with metallic flecks in the stone.
The same darker cabinets line what was the dining room wall to create separate wine and beverage stations.
The wall also houses perhaps the most unique feature of the kitchen — a dumbwaiter. Built into the lower cabinet of the beverage station, it’s used to bring wine up from the cellar, as well as other items stored in the basement.
Contact Meeder Design and Remodeling today for a free in-home consultation to learn more about what new options we can create for your Hillside kitchen remodeling project.