Navy Kitchen Island | Delafield, WI Kitchen

Contemporary Delafield Kitchen

lake country remodel

Navy Island & Aqua Blue Backsplash Kitchen

This exciting renovation project began when a couple contacted us while house shopping. They found a 1980s contemporary colonial in Delafield with a great wooded lot on Nagawicka Lake. The kitchen was outdated, but it had plenty of space and potential. We toured the home, learned about their design style and dream for the new space. After presenting a design they loved, the couple purchased the home and hired Kowalske as their kitchen and bath remodeler.

The goal of this remodeling project was to create a contemporary space that was interesting and unique. The original entry was dark and closed off. By removing the dining room walls, we opened up the space for a grand entry into the kitchen and dining room.

The open-concept kitchen features a large navy island, aqua blue subway tile backsplash, a Native Trails farmhouse sink, bamboo wood shelves and fun lighting.

The Kowalske team loved helping this couple turn their outdated kitchen into their ‘dream house’.

We remodeled this entire house!

Homeowner Review

“Kowalske Kitchen & Bath was an exceptional company to work with. They were extremely responsive to all questions and concerns we had along the way and the finished project exceeded our expectations. We LOVE our new bathroom. We would and will recommend this company to anyone looking for a bathroom remodel.”

– Alex, Google & Facebook Review

Project details

Project Year:  2018

Location:  Delafield, WI

Updates Included:  Kitchen, Dining Room & Entryway

Features:  Custom Cabinets, Navy Island, Delta Faucet, Matte Black Hardware (Perimeter), Brass Hardware (Island), Caesarstone Quartz Counters, Native Trails Farmhouse Sink, Hinkley Pendants, Kichler Chandelier, Ceramic Backsplash Tile & Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring

Estimated Cost: $90,000 – $110,000

Award Winning Design

NARI Remodeler of the Year

This project was awarded a GOLD ‘Remodeler of the Year’ award from the Milwaukee National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) in 2019.

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