Roseville Kitchen Remodel

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This client approached New Spaces with a desire to update their outdated kitchen and lower-level bathroom, both of which were in need of a style and finishes makeover.

For the kitchen, our goal was to work within the existing layout and footprint while keeping costs down. Our team decided not to change the existing windows to avoid exterior modifications. This decision worked out well as the client also wanted to create an office/desk space for the homeowner, who works from home. We identified a lower window, conveniently located below the sink, and incorporated the desk into that area. By doing so, our team maximized the use of space while maintaining a consistent design.

The appliance locations were kept unchanged as the existing work triangle and flow worked well. One challenge was that there was a small recessed/built-in cabinet to the right of the fridge that needed reconsideration. To seamlessly integrate it with the adjacent cabinets, New Spaces installed custom trim, giving the entire setup a cohesive and built-in appearance. Additionally, our design team added a small coffee station/landing zone to optimize storage and make efficient use of previously underutilized space.

Considering the client's preference for a traditional style, Lead Designer Ali Boran carefully selected warm, neutral tones for the project. The flooring was replaced with luxury vinyl plank (LVP), providing durability and easy maintenance. A natural stone backsplash and warm stained alder cabinets were chosen to complement the overall aesthetic.

The reconfiguration of the kitchen layout offered the ability to re-center the opening from the dining room. This adjustment allowed for a seamless integration of the desk area against the wall.

The lower-level bathroom originally was a tight space with minimal storage, featuring only a small built-in medicine cabinet. Our solution involved installing a new vanity cabinet and matching medicine cabinet, aligning them with the kitchen cabinets for a consistent look. To improve functionality and accessibility, our team replaced the existing tub with a more convenient walk-in shower, featuring an easy bypass sliding glass door instead of a shower curtain. Additionally, a glass block window was installed to replace the old window, enhancing privacy and natural light.

In terms of flooring, luxury vinyl tile (LVT) was chosen due to its durability, ease of cleaning, and cost-effectiveness.

Overall, this project successfully transformed the client's kitchen and lower-level bathroom into modern and functional spaces, while still incorporating their traditional style preferences.

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