This Clarks Hill farmhouse kitchen was worn-out and awkwardly closed off from the dining space. The homeowner wanted new appliances and needed the paneling to be removed. Riverside Construction updated the design by creating an island with seating for two. We also opened up the space to the dining room by removing a wall. The kitchen was brightened up using white shaker style cabinets with clean lines and hi-definition laminate countertops. Cork flooring was added to create a nice contrast. Additionally, Riverside moved the range from the closed off wall to the left leg of the kitchen, improving the workflow in the kitchen. Schoolhouse lights and beaded paneling on the island were added to bring back the charm of the early 1900s.
It is with an abundance of caution that we have decided to postpone the Kitchen & Bath remodeling seminar, originally scheduled on April 4th. All of us at Riverside Construction look forward to sharing our passion for design-build remodeling with our amazing families, neighbors, and friends at a later date (tentatively planned in May). In the meantime, take care of one another, and stay safe.