This home in Corinth, Texas was previously built in the early 1980’s and featured a kitchen and dining area with a wall separating these spaces from the living area. The homeowners wanted an open layout so that the kitchen and living area wouldn’t feel so confined and removed from each other. They also desired updated cabinetry, appliances, and fixtures.
- The wall separating the kitchen and living area was torn out to add more space. Matching tile was pieced in.
- The ceiling was raised from its original height of 7’ to 9’.
- New beams were stained to match and added to ceiling.
- Existing wood paneling was removed, and the wall was painted to match.
- Three sliding doors replaced the previous backdoor leading to the porch.
- Casement windows were installed in dining area.
- A Chandelier was installed above dining room table.
- All kitchen countertops were replaced with unique granite stone.
- All new stainless steel appliances were installed throughout the kitchen.
- A pot filler was installed above stove.
- A new backsplash was installed.
- Original kitchen cabinets and pantry shelves were replaced with custom Knotty Alder cabinetry and pull out soft close drawers.
- Over and under cabinet lighting was installed.
- Hidden cabinets were added to the kitchen island.
- A larger stone fireplace replaced existing brick one.
- Custom shelves and cabinets were built into area by the fireplace.