Small Kitchen Remodeling | Cincinnati, OH

Project Objection: Open concept & good quality constructed cabinetry, and completed  according to the budget!

Project Description:

  • ELECTRICAL6 dedicated electrical circuits to upgrade to current electrical appliance standards.
  • PLUMBING – Upgraded to accommodate dishwasher & disposal into the design.
  • BEARING WALLA bearing beam was positioned to replace a bearing wall that divided the dinning room and the kitchen. Typical for an old Cape Code Home!
  • FLOORING – Achieve a smooth transition, “created one elevation”, from new kitchen tiled flooring to the existing rooms hardwood flooring. Old flooring was removed all the way to exposing oak floor joist. Floor joist where shimmed due to inconsistent elevations from one to another.
  • SOFFIT REMOVAL – Removed soffit to accommodate 42 inch tall cabinets.

Project Designing by:

Homeowners, The Home Depot, The Tile Shop & Lou Vaughn

Project Installations: Lou Vaughn

Cape-Cod-Kitchen

Herringbone-Backsplash

Kitchen-Drawer-Construction

 

1 Comment
  1. We call this design “A Kitchen Of Art”, due to staying within the budget and working with some design restraints! This design reflects the upper cabinet run falling short of the lower cabinet run due to the exposed load bearing beam. A more pleasing looking design but more expensive one was considered, that involved recessing the beam into the ceiling.

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250 East 5th Street, Suite 1501
Cincinnati,
Ohio
45202
United States

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