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60 plus year old kitchen needed updating

Customer Issues
This 1960’s home still contained the original kitchen featuring design and finishes that were consistent with the era. The homeowners wanted a better functioning and more modern designed kitchen with more storage space.

Bel Air Construction Solutions

The Bel Air Construction design and production team totally revamped and modernized the kitchen, bringing it into the 21st century.

Natural cherry cabinetry by Custom Wood Products replaces the plain dark 1960s era cabinets. With the removal of the bulkheads the upper cabinets rise to the ceiling providing additional storage space. The base cabinets include several function and storage enhancing features including an integrated bread board, tray dividers, a trash and recycling pullout, and a blind corner unit. A large pantry has convenient pull-out trays.

Base cabinets are topped with an elegant warm Cambria Hermitage quartz countertop featuring delicate gold veining swirls in tight and open patterns that create lighter and darker pools of color. Backsplash tile is Artcrafted coconut from Daltile.

The dated vinyl flooring has been removed and replaced with Mohawk Ultra Wood flooring. This light-colored wood grained flooring complements the cabinet selection and is easy to clean and waterproof.

The kitchen faucet is a Kohler Bellera Pull-Down in vibrant stainless with a secure docking system and pull-down 3-function spray head.

Lighting has been enhanced throughout the space with the addition of recessed overhead and low-voltage under-cabinet lighting.

Bel Air Construction Team

Interior Designer – Bernadette Drew
Construction Plans – Krista Waller
Project Manager -Goeff Boecher
Tilework – Precise Remodeling
Countertops – Classic Granite and Marble
Flooring – Max Hardwood Floors
Cabinetry – Bird City Builders
Plumbing – Ace Plumbing
Electrical – Mattingly Electric
Demo – Precise Remodeling
Drywall and Painting – E&C Contractors
Photography – Kim Kruk