We’re kicking off 2021 with our Highcroft Lane whole home remodel reveal, starting with the kitchen and living room! This renovation involved Michels Homes, Studio M Interiors designer, Jami Ludens, and our Kitchen and Bath designer, Megan Dent. Megan’s cabinetry designs elevated the spaces aesthetically and maximized each room’s storage and functionality. Stay tuned as we reveal the other rooms of this home in the days to come.
Photography: Scott Amundson Photography
These clients wanted to open up their sectioned-off main living space to create a larger kitchen area. With more space to work with, Megan added an island with seating for five. The traditional-style interior selections were complemented nicely by the combination of Dura Supreme’s cherry-stained cabinetry and the warm, creamy white painted finish. The kitchen also features a 48” range, 24” paneled refrigerator and freezer and two large pantry cabinets.
Among the many storage solutions included in the kitchen design is this convenient spice drawer adjacent to the range.
The goal of the main floor living room design was to have a unique fireplace that complemented the homeowner’s art collection. To accomplish this, Jami book-matched a slab of honey onyx as the showpiece for the fireplace. Megan designed a wall of built-in cabinetry around this showpiece to provide storage, a place for the TV, and most importantly, plenty of room to display treasures.
Next up, we will explore the rest of the main level including the laundry room, home office and master bathroom.
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