Industrial Flair on a Bothell White Kitchen

Sam and Janna Rice’s kitchen was very dark with reddish-stained cherry cabinets. Janna didn’t care for them at all. The busy Bothell couple loved to entertain and wanted a brighter kitchen with a seamless island slab. They also knew that to get the look and function they were after, would require living through a kitchen remodel with two small children.

They contracted with McAdams Remodeling & Design and worked with Sales Manager, Mark Jensen to create a kitchen design that best fit their preferences. The new kitchen featured beautiful floor-to-ceiling white cabinets with inset doors and featured glass panels and accent lights at the top, creating a striking storage option with increased capacity. The massive island was 30 percent larger than the previous one and the island cabinetry was custom built to support the weight and size. It contained a large stainless steel two-sided sink with an insta-hot faucet and still left room for bar-seating, giving tons of entertaining and dining options for the family. Glass ceramic handmade subway tiles in a glossy Icewater color were chosen for the backsplash, creating a classy and modern look. New hardwood floors were added in place of carpet in the den and dining room, and then old and new hardwoods throughout were sanded and stained a lovely espresso color. A new set of french doors were installed into the office entry and trim details throughout the first floor were removed and replaced to match the sophistication of the new cabinets and fixed the existing awkward transitions. The kitchen remodel was topped off by a strong lighting plan. Gorgeous Edison bulb lights in two modern chandeliers were placed over the dining room table, under cabinet lighting in the kitchen ensured well-lit tasks and three large Benson pendants made a statement over the large kitchen island.

The clients were pleased with the results and are ready for the holiday entertaining season. To see more kitchen remodels, click here.