Remodeling a kitchen can be a fun and challenging task in any situation. But when you're remodeling a kitchen in a historic home, it's an even more challenging (and often more rewarding) experience! The good news is that it can be done! And when it works out right, the results are fantastic!
Stunning Gourmet Kitchen Remodel in Atlanta
If you’ve always dreamed of having a gourmet kitchen this stunning gourmet kitchen remodel in Atlanta may provide the inspiration you’re looking for. This elegant gourmet kitchen combines traditional elements with modern style. The design utilizes every inch of available space and also incorporates wall to wall cabinetry with open shelving.
The use of white cabinets and a white subway tile backsplash highlights the kitchen island's unique (and bold) color choice. Glass-front cabinets provide wall to wall storage. The homeowners ended up with a stylish, bright kitchen with clean lines, and lots of useable space for food preparation—and casual dining/entertaining seating at the kitchen island.
Traditional Kitchen Renovation in Atlanta
Here’s another completely remodeled kitchen that breathes new life into an older Atlanta-area home. Notice how the gorgeous green accents in the kitchen island highlight the honed Calacatta Venato of the counter and backsplash material. The brass light fixtures compliment the white oak floors.
This renovated kitchen also features a Marvel Dual Zone Wine Fridge—which is a nice touch when entertaining. The remodel of the kitchen included removing some kitchen walls which enabled the owners to install a custom desk and shelves right off the kitchen. As you can see, this is a bright and airy kitchen that’s a pleasure to work in. And it’s also a great place for guests to linger.
Beautiful Black and White Kitchen
This open concept home remodel in the Lake Claire neighborhood of Atlanta features a modern twist on traditional black and white themes with its contemporary design. The bold use of black accents around the windows and soffits creates a striking contrast that’s even reflected in the black glass surface of the range.
The open design concept allows the bold black and white theme to extend out into the dining and family room area. As you can see, the warm wood floors add warmth to the overall feel of the kitchen and adjoining rooms.
At Copper Sky Renovations we have a particular affinity for Craftsman, Mid-Century Modern, and Victorian-era styles homes. We strongly believe that old houses are worth saving and updating. But that renovation needs to be done in the right way—whether you’re remodeling your kitchen or doing a whole-home renovation. That includes having a strong eye for traditional design elements, a thoughtful layout, meticulous planning and uncompromising attention to detail. That approach has given us the pleasure of renovating numerous houses in Atlanta's historic neighborhoods.