Tasteful touches

A Cincinnati-area remodel resulted in a dream kitchen for this family

The islands’ Neolith countertops are actually porcelain but resemble marble. The owner chose this material due to its durability and easy to clean.

These owners fell in love with the windows in the home. A UV film was applied to protect the new oak plank flooring and cabinetry from fading.

The kitchen sink and dishwashers were relocated to the island closest to the wall so it would be right behind the homeowner while she cooks.

A custom 48” metal range hood finished to look like pewter adds a striking balance to the La Cornue range.

This butler’s pantry was updated with walnut butcher-block countertops and a neolith backsplash.

Hidden storage for tabletop appliances creates a streamlined look in this remodeled kitchen.

The columned half wall was removed to open the kitchen up to the family room, giving the space a more open floor plan.

Walnut stained beadboard provides a dramatic backdrop for the barware that's stored in this cabinet.

A bookcase was added in between the kitchen cabinetry to house the homeowner’s cookbook collection.

A previously unused sitting area was transformed into a charging station/home organization area.

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