For this renovation in Oakton, we started by expanding the kitchen by knocking down walls to create a more open concept layout. By eliminating the unnecessary walls and replacing the existing dark brown outdated cabinets with brighter colors, we were able to allow more natural light into the room.
This Oakton kitchen originally had dark wood cabinets with a brown countertop that absorbed a lot of the ample natural light coming in to the space. We knocked down a wall and expanded the kitchen area. We floored the kitchen with WingWood Winchester Oak Smooth Solid Hardwood, which really pulled the whole landing level together. We installed J&K Cabinetry S5 Castle Grey paired with MSI Q Quartz Calacatta Laza for a sophisticated look.
We matched the black Delta Trinsic Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet and the Yearby 7-Light Black Kitchen Island Pendant with Clear Shade by Mercury Row for some distinct details. Adding the Elements Asher Cabinet Pulls made a statement on the grey cabinets without being too flashy.