Tour of remodeled homes project: Weidmann & Associates, Inc.
Category: Whole House
Description: Just over 20 years ago, the Langendorfers became Weidmann & Associates’ first clients when they retained the company to replace their original kitchen. Since then, Weidmann and the Langendorfers have formed a lasting relationship, with the most recent change to their home representing the sixth project together, which will be featured on the tour. As part of this home’s kitchen update, the owners wanted a larger island, additional storage and lighter colors overall. Working with designer Linda Steenerson, the goals were achieved by combining the existing kitchen, breakfast room and dining room into a single space. This allowed for both a much larger island and considerable storage space. With the addition of a larger window over the kitchen sink, more artificial lighting and off-white perimeter cabinets, the finished product is brighter, both day and night. The kitchen was carefully designed to store cooking utensils, hide appliances and provide plenty of seating. Additional storage space was created with stand-alone cabinetry outside the kitchen work area; this included a custom walnut hutch embellished with German seeded glass doors, beadboard backing and a granite top.
Photos courtesy of Jan Stittleburg of JS PhotoFX
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