Michael and Richard

Kitchen and Dining Room Remodel in Beulah

Michael and Richard hired Cabinet Depot to create a brighter, more modern kitchen and dining room for their home.

Updated finishes and modern touches added to classic design elements make this remodel in Beulah a real showstopper

Michael and Richard approached Cabinet Depot for help updating the kitchen and dining areas of their home in the Nature Trail neighborhood. In addition to updating the colors and design style, the homeowners wanted a layout that opened up more floorspace and took advantage of the airy, 10’ ceilings.

Our first step in this remodel in Beulah was to remove the short and visually-heavy older cabinets used on the walls and the large, boxy island. To replace them, we selected Dura Supreme’s Breckenridge cabinets in their Classic White painted finish. The doors and drawers feature a classic shaker-style construction accented with a two-step square molding on the frame for subtle visual interest.

Bright and White New Cabinets

The slim upper cabinets feature an upper row of glass-paneled display cabinets with bright interior lighting topped with dramatic crown molding where they meet the ceiling. For the island, we choose the same Breckenridge cabinets in Dura Supreme’s Shell Gray stain applied to cherry doors, drawers and side panels. This soft, neutral color works beautifully to highlight the natural grain of the wood.

For hardware, we used long and elegant Contour pulls from Top Knob’s Transcend collection. These sleek and modern pulls combine a transitional design with a contemporary finish that mirrors the stainless steel on the high-end appliances. New Cambria quartz countertops in Berwyn tie together the two cabinet finishes and work wonderfully with the gorgeous, hexagonal-tiled backsplash that reaches all the way to the ceiling.

Sleek Yet Functional Remodel

To keep the clean and modern aesthetic, functional elements are kept out of sight but easy to access. Extra workspace is available via a tray pullout on the left side of the range, which is also flanked by storage drawers for pots and pans. Finishing touches included adding under-cabinet lighting as well as spice, pantry and trash can pullouts.

Casey Curley

Notes from the Designer

This remodel in Beulah put a new twist on a classic design style to create a beautifully timeless kitchen. The color palette provides a warm and inviting feeling, while the stacked cabinets with glass doors and interior lighting keeps the space light and bright. The countertop ties together the two-toned kitchen nicely. This kitchen has left me breathless!