Cape Cod Kitchen Designs

Cape Cod Kitchen Designs

BHG.com Kitchens Kitchen Design & Remodeling Ideas Kitchen Makeovers Cape Cod Cottage Kitchen Makeover A little 1950s Cape Cod cottage gets a one-of-a-kind kitchen packed with personality. The farmhouse style balances more modern accents for an eclectic feel. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Kitchen Makeovers 16 Kitchen Trends That Are Here to Stay Small Kitchen Before-and-Afters Industrial Meets Rustic in This Kitchen Gorgeous Kitchen with a Garden-Fresh Palette Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Balanced Flair This once-cramped kitchen underwent an amazing transformation, for just over $5,000. The budget was kept low, thanks to the innovative homeowners who exercised their DIY muscles and looked for creative budget-friendly solutions. For example, the homeowners were inspired by a high-end, modern chandelier and created a custom fixture at a fraction of the cost. Outdoor rope lights amp up an inexpensive base fixture, while a vintage-style ceiling medallion balances its contemporary flair. 2 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Starting from Scratch The owners of this 1950s Cape Cod home wanted a family-friendly kitchen with an open layout. They started by gutting the space (only 11×9-1/2 square feet), removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room, and claiming 27-1/2 square feet from the dining area for the kitchen. 3 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Island Work Zone The unique kitchen island design is a combination of stock cabinetry and a countertop fashioned from concrete slab. A miscalculation in the amount of concrete mix led to the kitchen’s best amenity: a butcher-block center on the island. The substitution, referred to by the homeowners as “a very lucky accident,” resulted in a perfect food-prep area. 4 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Traditional Touches In addition to constructing a functional kitchen, the owners wanted one that had a fun, spirited personality, too. They mixed modern elements such as stainless-steel appliances, hardware, and shelving with quaint, traditional ones, such as this apron-front sink. Inspired by the sink’s glossy sheen, they covered the range wall in shiny white subway tile. 5 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Streamlined Food Storage Stainless-steel shelves from a restaurant supplier take the place of traditional upper cabinets, keeping the kitchen bright and open. Two undercounter refrigerators were chosen in lieu of a standard-height refrigerator to free up floor space and allow the kids easy access. 6 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Creative Cabinetry Without upper cabinets, the kitchen needed a pantry to store food and cooking supplies. The homeowners’ creative solution? Lockers found on Craigslist and retrofitted with shelves. The lockers, which are recessed into the wall for a custom look, bring a touch of whimsy to the eclectic kitchen. 7 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Communication Station Exposed ductwork is now the kitchen’s command center, covered in magnets and memos and flanked by office organizers. 8 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow 16 Kitchen Trends That Are Here to Stay 16 Kitchen Trends That Are Here to Stay Just because it’s trending doesn’t mean it’s not timeless. These gorgeous kitchen trends — including minimal upper cabinetry, sparkling quartz counters, and one-of-a-kind ceiling treatments — are guaranteed to stand the test of time. Begin Slideshow » Related Small Kitchen Before-and-Afters Industrial Meets Rustic in This Kitchen Gorgeous Kitchen with a Garden-Fresh Palette
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Cape Cod Kitchen Designs

All Professionals / US Massachusetts Boston Metro Cape Cod Kitchen & Bath Designers clear all 339 Cape Cod, MA Kitchen and Bath DesignersAchieving flawlessly functional and attractive kitchen and bath design in Cape Cod, MA requires a professional who specializes in these spaces. Not only do these rooms see the most action of the house, but they require the most planning and attention to detail. When designing them, a bath and kitchen designer must keep a strong focus on the homeowner’s wants and needs while also considering things like potential resale value. Read the tips below to learn how to choose the perfect Cape Cod kitchen and bathroom design professional for your home project. More

Cape Cod Kitchen Designs

“When dreams are fullfilled and expectations are exceeded, Kitchen Tech’s reward is achieved. This is the ultimate for our company.” — Kitchen Tech Team Full Service Home Renovation Experts Cape Cod Kitchen Tech has successfully completed over 10,000 kitchens and baths in the last 32 years (see examples). Cape Cod Kitchen Tech is a full-service kitchen and bath firm with an accessible feel. Whether a small renovation or a whole house remodel, your project will be a top priority to our staff. Choose us as your full-service licensed building contractor ready to complete kitchen, bath, additions and custom renovations. You can sit back and relax while we handle all your remodeling needs. Please give us a call at 508-888-2494 to arrange for your free consultation. We look forward to hearing from you and earning your business. Cape Cod Kitchen Tech Philosophy We earn your trust before, during and after your new kitchen or bathroom installation is complete (you are giving us the keys to your home; therefore, we must be responsible to you). When you choose to work with us we understand you are trusting us with your home and family. We must respect your decision believing that we have the ability to get your project done well. We must give you our full attention. We must respect everything in your home because you have given us your utmost trust. We must strive to constantly keep earning that trust by our actions in your home. When an unplanned situation arises, we must overcome the obstacle with our talented, experienced team to insure we protect your home. We must be grateful at all time for the opportunity you have given to us. We must continue to maintain our reputation by insuring your happiness. More Than Cabinets Remodeling any room takes skilled craftsmen. You can have the right tools but without talented, skilled craftsmen the job will be inferior. It is not just about finding a beautiful cabinet or even the design. It is the people working on the remodel that make the difference. At Kitchen Tech, we take your ideas and dreams add our expertise, and bring your vision to reality. Our team of licensed craftsman: remodelers, plumbers, electricians and designers are here to assist you. Click here to read more about our fantastic team. Member since 1992.
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Cape Cod Kitchen Designs

Color schemes are also hugely important in Cape Cod kitchen designs. Whites, beiges, light yellows, blues and greens are all common colors, since Cape Cod kitchens tend to be bright, welcoming spaces. By contrast, floors, countertops and furniture may feature darker hues, often via the use of dark wood for floors and furniture, and granite or stone for countertops. Walls may feature traditional white beadboard wood, as seen in traditional Cape Cod cottage designs.
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Cape Cod Kitchen Designs

Welcoming and classic at the same time, Cape Cod-style kitchens are inspired by those found in the vacation or summer homes found in traditionally tony Cape Cod. Light and bright painted wood cabinets, beadboard on walls, airy layouts, nautical themes, and overall comfortable and guest-friendly feel are all hallmarks of Cape Cod-style kitchen designs.
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Cape Cod Kitchen Designs

Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Kitchen Makeovers 16 Kitchen Trends That Are Here to Stay Small Kitchen Before-and-Afters Industrial Meets Rustic in This Kitchen Gorgeous Kitchen with a Garden-Fresh Palette Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Balanced Flair This once-cramped kitchen underwent an amazing transformation, for just over $5,000. The budget was kept low, thanks to the innovative homeowners who exercised their DIY muscles and looked for creative budget-friendly solutions. For example, the homeowners were inspired by a high-end, modern chandelier and created a custom fixture at a fraction of the cost. Outdoor rope lights amp up an inexpensive base fixture, while a vintage-style ceiling medallion balances its contemporary flair. 2 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Starting from Scratch The owners of this 1950s Cape Cod home wanted a family-friendly kitchen with an open layout. They started by gutting the space (only 11×9-1/2 square feet), removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room, and claiming 27-1/2 square feet from the dining area for the kitchen. 3 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Island Work Zone The unique kitchen island design is a combination of stock cabinetry and a countertop fashioned from concrete slab. A miscalculation in the amount of concrete mix led to the kitchen’s best amenity: a butcher-block center on the island. The substitution, referred to by the homeowners as “a very lucky accident,” resulted in a perfect food-prep area. 4 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Traditional Touches In addition to constructing a functional kitchen, the owners wanted one that had a fun, spirited personality, too. They mixed modern elements such as stainless-steel appliances, hardware, and shelving with quaint, traditional ones, such as this apron-front sink. Inspired by the sink’s glossy sheen, they covered the range wall in shiny white subway tile. 5 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Streamlined Food Storage Stainless-steel shelves from a restaurant supplier take the place of traditional upper cabinets, keeping the kitchen bright and open. Two undercounter refrigerators were chosen in lieu of a standard-height refrigerator to free up floor space and allow the kids easy access. 6 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Creative Cabinetry Without upper cabinets, the kitchen needed a pantry to store food and cooking supplies. The homeowners’ creative solution? Lockers found on Craigslist and retrofitted with shelves. The lockers, which are recessed into the wall for a custom look, bring a touch of whimsy to the eclectic kitchen. 7 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Communication Station Exposed ductwork is now the kitchen’s command center, covered in magnets and memos and flanked by office organizers. 8 of 8 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow 16 Kitchen Trends That Are Here to Stay 16 Kitchen Trends That Are Here to Stay Just because it’s trending doesn’t mean it’s not timeless. These gorgeous kitchen trends — including minimal upper cabinetry, sparkling quartz counters, and one-of-a-kind ceiling treatments — are guaranteed to stand the test of time. Begin Slideshow » Related Small Kitchen Before-and-Afters Industrial Meets Rustic in This Kitchen Gorgeous Kitchen with a Garden-Fresh Palette

Cape Cod Kitchen Designs