Kitchen remodel in Northern VA, MD, DC; subway tile, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, peninsula

Light & Bright Kitchen Renovation 

This adorable Ashton Heights Cape Cod has been in the same family since it was built in the 1930s, but it needed a top to bottom renovation before the next generation could move in. Our main focus was overhauling the kitchen/dining area and two bathrooms, but the entire house was transformed with beautifully refinished hardwood floors, all new interior doors/hardware and fresh paint throughout.

The kitchen was reconfigured to provide more functional storage and counter space. We relocated an exterior door to allow for a full run of cabinets along on one wall and moved the range to a more central location. A sizeable pantry was created by closing off an awkward kitchen nook and combining it with an adjacent coat closet. A peninsula provides additional seating and prep space. The white cabinets on the perimeter keep the kitchen feeling light and bright. The gray-blue crackle subway tile and glass mosaic accent coordinate with the gray island cabinets and the black pearl granite ties it all together.

Arlington, VA

Project Size
Kitchen/Dining – 220 SF
House – 1,200 SF

Year Completed