March 1st, 2009

Oakwood Charm Works Well With Concrete

   

This 1920’s Oakwood, Ohio home had plenty of original charm but the kitchen was stuck in the ’80’s. A previous remodel had cramped the working area to allow the inclusion of a breakfast table. In this total remodel by counterevolution we opened up the layout by moving the peninsula, adding a breakfast bar counter to replace the table, and relocating the frige next to the pantry. The cabinetry is Kraftmaid Putnam in maple from Modern Builder Supply. The countertops are 1-1/2″ thick concrete with our permanent reactive sealer system.  The last photo shows the fridge location before the recent remodel.