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Wilsonville Kitchen Remodel

It was time to remodel the kitchen in our client’s 1996 home in Wilsonville, Oregon. As the original owners, they had discovered what worked and what didn’t work with the space over the years. The galley kitchen was overdue for a complete refresh to reflect the homeowner’s current style and for better functionality. We opened up the arched opening into the dining room to create a better flow from room to room. The new large radius peninsula island takes the place of a formal breakfast nook.

First, the couple hired Beth Clark of B. Clark Interior Design to help with the design before connecting with our team. Then, Beth encouraged the couple to reach out to us to bring the vision to life. Once the floor plan was determined, our designer Heather helped guide them through all of the design selections. Check out the design materials used in their kitchen remodel.

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Pendant Lights: Troy, textured black and polished nickel sconce from North Coast Lighting 

Kitchen Faucet: Delta Leland Single Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Touch20 and ShieldSpray Technologies from The Fixture Gallery

Backsplash Tile: Florida Tile Rhyme – Stone Chamber from Contract Furnishings Mart

Undermount Sink: Elkay Crosstown Stainless Steel Undermount Sink from The Fixture Gallery

Countertop: Cambria 3cm Quartz in Skara Brae from Crowley’s Granite & Quartz

Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring: CORETEC Grandeur Oak from Contract Furnishings Mart

Base Cabinets: Alder stained Dark Gray on base cabinets, buffet, pantry doors, and upper refrigerator cabinet

Upper Cabinet Color & Millwork: Sherwin-Williams Pure White (SW 7005)

Wall Color: Sherwin-Williams Worldly Gray (SW 7043)

Appliances: JennAir from Basco Appliances

Before/After of the Wilsonville Kitchen Remodel

Finally, see the 1996 kitchen transformation from before and see what it looks like after the remodel.

 

Have a Kitchen Remodel Project?

If you’re considering a kitchen remodel, reach out to our team to discuss what’s possible. We’d love to work with you!

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