43 Oregon Avenue
  This poor neglected 1950’s kitchen got a super cheap remodel in the 1980’s, rendering it non-functional. The client wanted something neutral and buyer friendly to put the otherwise charming home on the market to sell. The walls were opened up as much as possible to let both light in and add better sight lines from the dining room and entry way. Functional and plenty of storage was added back to this space as well as recessed and undercabinet lighting to brighten up the very dark former cave-like space. Slate textured hexagonal floor tiles were added for interest and whimsy to bring back some of that classic charm. A counter to ceiling backsplash was added to help keep all the surfaces bright and clean as well as to add a little high end style. This now beautiful kitchen is no longer the ugliest room in the house but sparkles with all new materials and plenty of counter space!