A home renovation doesn’t have to mean a super trendy, modern outcome. Our recent client in Fort Worth wanted to refresh her 1940’s kitchen without losing the style and charm of that era. One of the main goals was to create more usable storage and counter space in the very narrow galley-style layout. Without the option to remove walls or change the footprint, our team was faced with the challenge of re-inventing the room in the existing area. By Relocating the fridge and moving the doorway, space was created for a dining table, a pantry, and more cabinetry! The completed project is just what the client had in mind and solved all of the issues she had with her kitchen. See the full story and transformation on our
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Our recent 1940’s retro kitchen project is now on the blog!
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Reminiscing on this time about a year ago when we completed one of our favorite kitchen remodels of Lake Arlington.
If your home could use a facelift, updating the walls is a great way to make a big impact.
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