Get ready to pick your jaw off the floor. We just did a kitchen makeover (one of my favorite things), prioritizing function OVER form. The Fourth Street Kitchen Reveal could not have been a bigger transformation. From ditching all the wood paneling to completely re-configuring the layout…this kitchen was the definition of a gut job. Don’t let HGTV fool you —tons of planning, communication and time goes into a kitchen reno like this one. Don’t believe me? Be sure to read through the Fourth Street Kitchen Design Plan before scrolling down!
Kitchen Makeover: Chic Gray + White
The Kitchen Before….
There were some challenges to overcome: a nonfunctional layout, outdated materials, and a 100-year-old house that had been renovated many times over (not always in the best way).
The Kitchen After….
For the Fourth Street Kitchen, we rearranged the layout to give the family more usable counter space, and a small breakfast bar where the kids can sit. We also organized the appliances so there was plenty of room for two people to work. The range location gave us a great focal point for some gorgeous accent tile – BONUS!
The original finish plan was light + transitional. It consisted of crisp white subway tiles mixed with warm nickel hardware and lighting, plus large-scale slate floors.
You can find a complete list of all pieces (including exact paint colors) here. But for a similar vibe (and in some cases, when possible, we linked to exact pieces), try these:
Work with me to create a flawless interior without the overwhelm!