Cozy Contemporary Wauwatosa Kitchen
- Project Year: 2020
- Location: Wauwatosa
- Updates Included: Kitchen
- Features: Custom Cabinets, Quartz Counters, Kohler Faucet, Tiled Backsplash, Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring, Open Shelving, Cabinet Storage Organizers, Wallpaper, Lighting & Golden Nickel Hardware
- Estimated Cost: $60,000 - $74,000
Sunny Breakfast Nook Highlights this Wauwatosa Kitchen Renovation
A Wauwatosa family contacted us to remodel their outdated 1950s kitchen. They wanted a brighter kitchen and better organization.
We remodeled this kitchen within the existing footprint of the room. This project is a great example of how we can improve the style and functionality of a space. The end result is better storage solutions and more counter space.
The old range had no counter space around it, making it difficult for cooking. We moved the range to the other wall and added a contemporary hood with tile and wood accents. The custom cabinets provide efficient storage. The cabinets feature a double cutlery drawer, a roll out pantry and corner solutions.
The space by the window wasn’t utilized. The family wanted a cozy space for family meals. We gave them a built-in banquette by the window, which is the perfect space for their family of four. The chevron wallpaper from Serena & Lily gives the space personality. Hidden beneath the benches is extra storage space for large items. The kitchen had an old ironing board niche that we kept as a spice cabinet. The cabinet is concealed with wallpaper and opens with a touch latch.
The style of this kitchen is boho chic and contemporary. The European-style cabinets have bi-fold doors that lift up and bring a contemporary feel. The 4” x 4” backsplash tile brings subtle texture without overwhelming the space. Warm finishes compliment the hues of dark blue and whites.
Watch a Timelapse Video of this Remodel
COVID-19 struck Wisconsin in March 2020 by surprise. Kowalske Kitchen & Bath successfully and safely completed this beautiful Wauwatosa kitchen remodel.
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