GMH Construction, Inc. Kitchen Remodeling Portfolio
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This homeowner was looking to open the space between the kitchen and dining areas and make her kitchen more functional. A wall between the kitchen and dining room was removed, and individual spaces were added for a large pantry and mudroom. Aesthetically, the two islands are separated by unique pendant light features. One island is used for cooking and food prep while the other island is for entertaining and relaxing. This kitchen remodel changed the room from a cluttered traditional kitchen to an open contemporary workspace and hang out
This formerly U-Shaped kitchen had new life breathed into it with a redesign that boasts a 10’ center island, a closet converted into a coffee and wine bar, a mudroom in place of an old elevator shaft, and a new large walk-in pantry. White cabinetry, added lighting, and updated millwork give the room an open, airy feel. The Fusion Quartzite Island is a true standout, making this kitchen one to remember.
The original kitchen, though large, was dark and the layout restricted flow with awkward working spaces. The new design includes full height custom cabinets for added storage, while separate working zones improve flow and movement. The clear stained alder islands and painted maple perimeter cabinets include beautiful woodworking details. The porcelain wood-look tiles and stacked stone backsplash add texture and depth. The result is a stunning and functional kitchen with plenty of room for entertaining family and guest.
Modern updates and changes to layout greatly improved the flow, function, and feel in this kitchen. Sophisticated and elegant selections make this an ideal space for entertaining friends and spending time together as a family. We can do the same for your home with a remodel that turns your ideas for a dream kitchen into a beautiful and functional reality. Contact our kitchen remodeling experts today!
This busy and growing family was looking to freshen up their kitchen and make better use of the large space. The new layout brings in more sunlight from the surrounding rooms and provides a 9’ island for the family to gather around for homework or dinner time.
The main living area of this home formerly had a separate living room, family room, dining room, kitchen, and front entry causing each space to feel closed-in. The area was opened through use of flush headers and added structural support allowing the home to have a large, open feeling. Light flows into the space now from all angles and an additional window in the kitchen provides views of the beautiful tree-filled back yard.
If you are looking to open up your kitchen space and add natural lighting, look no further than GMH. We will work with your ideas and budget to come up with a beautiful design that you and your family will love for years to come!
This kitchen desperately needed an update to replace the 1960’s cabinets and modernize the layout, flow, and storage space. Two tone cabinets, a new peninsula, and quartz tops provide a fresh, contemporary look while allowing more functional space for the family to gather.