Transitional Cherry Kitchen Renovation in Bethlehem, PA
Design Information: This transitional cherry kitchen renovation was created for a remodeled 1950’s home in Bethlehem, PA. The space was difficult to work with, being too narrow for a kitchen island. Designer Dan Lenner was able to create a peninsula arrangement with a corner range that helped utilize the space efficiently and satisfied client’s desire for an island.
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Transitional Kitchen Design Details
Kitchen Style: Transitional
Remodeling Location: Bethlehem, PA
Kitchen Designer: Dan Lenner
Kitchen Cabinetry Color: Cherry
Kitchen Cabinets: KraftMaid
Countertop Material: Granite
Sink Type: Double Bowl
Year Completed: 2015
This transitional cherry kitchen renovation includes stainless steel accents throughout as well as plenty of windows to allow natural light in.
The corner style range set up allowed the designer to create a more efficient space for the homeowners.
The metallic backsplash featured behind the range hood adds drama to the space.
A custom eat-in area was created for the homeowners that blends nicely with the surrounding cherry cabinetry.
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