Tyson's Corner

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Our clients have lived in their Tysons Corner-area home since the 1980s. A small kitchen fire was just the spark they needed to embark on a complete kitchen renovation. We relocated the double ovens and refrigerator on opposite walls near the dining room entrance. This allowed for more uninterrupted counter space, which they lacked in the original footprint. Additionally, we replaced an under-utilized closet with a floor-to-ceiling cabinet pantry. The rolling island offers flexibility — additional storage and a large workspace for baking. The refinished oak hardwood floors are the perfect balance to the creamy painted cabinetry. Cambria quartz countertop, crackled glass backsplash, and oil rubbed bronze hardware complement the traditional design.
Project Year: 2017
Project Cost: $75,001 – $100,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 22182

Photos by Renee Alexander

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