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Happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing a project I just completed in North Hollywood. A simple kitchen remodel for the landlord client I’ve been working with for the past four years.

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Have a great weekend!!

~Shannon

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THE KITCHEN

Last week I shared the photos of the front of the Reseda Project. Today, I’m excited to share the before + after photos of the kitchen!

 Initially, the kitchen felt closed off from the rest of the home with only a small opening from the dining room into the kitchen (above).

BEFORE

I knew that I wanted the kitchen to be bigger and brighter, so the first step was to gut the kitchen and to remove the wall between the kitchen & dining.

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Even with gutting the kitchen, I was still limited on square footage and really needed to maximize this 200 sq. foot kitchen/laundry. In order to gain more storage and counter space, I eliminated the 2 smaller windows in the back corner, as well as the window on the left. To bring in natural light and a view of the backyard, I added a large picture window on the back wall, as well a full light glass door to the backyard.

AFTER

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 Some Elements from the Reseda Kitchen

AFTER

Happy Wednesday!

xoxo,

~ Shannon

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For this project, I worked with clients in Austin to design a new kitchen, laundry room and decorate their existing living room. After 10 months of work we are finally done (except for the breakfast bench cushion) and everything worked out beautifully.

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Before (originally the formal living)

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Tomorrow, the laundry room makeover.

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The Kitchen

Before

Not a pretty sight at this point, but I  knew there was potential somewhere in there

During the project — when the plumbing was being moved and the frame-work was going up

After

Next time, the den!

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