Killearn Estates Kitchen & Laundry Room Remodel

Favorite Features:

  • Shiplap Accents
  • Task Lighting & Angled Power Strips
  • Matching Laundry Room Remodel
  • Added Seating At The Island 

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Project Details

Killearn Estates Kitchen & Laundry Room Remodel  

This client had a good idea of what style she wanted going into the design phase. She worked one on one with our interior designer to bring her vision to life. 

Their were two changes that really impacted this kitchen. The first one was removing the reach-in pantry closet. The second was changing the orientation and enlarging the island to include seating. This kitchen isn’t huge, so making these two changes made the space feel open and functional.

The laundry room remodel was actually added on in the design phase. The laundry room is visible from the kitchen, so we did the same door style and color throughout both spaces. In order to save some money, the client opted for a Corian countertop instead of quartz. One fun thing we incorporated into the laundry room was a custom cubby for a docking station for an i-robot vacuum cleaner. This provided a new home for the vacuum that was out of sight. 

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Project Costs

Good Better Best Budget: $75,663

Final Contract Price:  $85,787

During the design phase these clients added on a laundry room remodel. The final contract price came in about $10,000 over our initial GBB budget mainly due to the addition of the laundry room. 

Fixtures and Materials Used

  1. Cabinets are 1600 series from Bellmont Cabinets. We used the Lineage door style for the majority of the cabinetry and upgraded to the 1900 series Chesterfield doorstyle for some of the drawer bases. The wood species was Alder and the color was a white paint. 
  2. All of the cabinet hardware came from Top Knobs. The pulls were Victoria Falls in pewter antique. 
  3. Quartz countertops were from Caeserstone and the color was White Attica. 
  4. Undercabinet lighting, toe kick lighting and angled power strips are all from Task Lighting.
  5. Custom wood hood came from Remodeler Market and was the Castlewood Shiplap Chimney Hood. 
  6. The pendant and sconce lights were from Golden Lighting and are the Duncan W/ Rod (aged brass fixture with pewter shade)

Our Favorite Things:

  • The custom docking station for the I-Robot.
  • The custom wood hood
  • The increased functionality and flow of the island and drawer bases
  • The quartz composite undermount sink
  • The Delta Broderick kitchen faucet
  • The extra large drawer bases
Large Drawer Bases

Before Photos

Design Photos

During Photos

After Photos

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Paul McManus

Certified Residential Contractor, CRC1331326