A second chance
A Dayton-area townhouse goes from outdated to spectacular with a kitchen remodel
A wall separating the original kitchen and dining room was removed to create a large eat-in kitchen.
A kitchen remodel resulted in this gorgeous space, an open, organized design where everything has its place and the owner knows just where to find it.
A glass table was positioned at the end of the island to provide seating for four. This stunning before and after shot shows how the kitchen was transformed from a dark, cramped space to a light, open space that's perfect for entertaining.
Translucent glass tile in cool white and gray were used to create the eye-catching kitchen backsplash.
To brighten up this kitchen, Stellar Snow Silestone quartz was used for the countertops, including the waterfall counter installed on the oversized island.
A Gaggenau gas grill was installed next to the Thermador induction cooktop in this remodeled kitchen.
This quaint bar area houses glasses and an undercounter wine refrigerator. The kitchen backsplash was carried around to this area to tie it into the rest of the space.
Floating shelves were added to the wall next to the built-in ovens and house some of the owner’s favorite Asian collectibles.