Shangrila Village Kitchen Remodel

Favorite Features:

  • Simplicity of the Design
  • Increased Functionality and Accessibility of the Space
  • Overall Updated Look

McManus Kitchen and Bath provides a single place where you can work with interior design and construction professionals who can help you create a happy, healthy home. We start each project with a Design and Budget Consult. It will help you clarify your design ideas, understand the remodeling process and create a Good Better Best Budget for your project. Click Here to Schedule a Consult

Project Details

Shangrila Village Kitchen Remodel 

These clients have lived in their home for over 30 years and were due for a kitchen remodel! They had very simple tastes and a good idea of what they wanted.

We made several small changes that had a huge impact on the transformation of this kitchen. We removed their reach-in pantry closet and replaced it with large tall pantry cabinets with adjustable rollouts. This gave the already small kitchen a more open feel and provided the homeowner with more functional and accessible storage. We also relocated their range to the adjacent wall. This created a natural workflow and overall better aesthetic. Another small change we made was removing the wood paneling on the walls. Instead of painting over it, the client opted to take it down. This gave the space an overall updated appearance.

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Project Costs

Good Better Best Budget: $49,737

Final Contract Price:  $47,984

In our initial “Good, Better, Best Budget” we create allowances for all of the selections involved with the remodel. Once those selections are made in the design phase, prices usually fluctuate on average 3%. In this client’s case, the fixed price proposal price came down to about $1,750.

Fixtures and Materials Used

  1. Cabinets are from Kith Cabinets and are a natural maple with a Homestead door style. 
  2. All of the cabinet hardware came from Richelieu. The pulls were the transitional metal pull – Style #650. The knobs #8041.
  3. Quartz countertops were from Silestone in the color Stellar Snow. 
  4. Undercabinet lighting and angled power strips are all from Task Lighting.
  5. The glass backsplash tile came from Crossville Studios: The Glass Blox in the color Moonbeam.

Our Favorite Things:

  • Blue Glass Subway Backsplash Tile 
  • Natural Maple Cabinetry 
  • Ruvati Workstation Sink 
  • Silestone Stellar Snow Quartz
  • Tall Pantry Cabinets With Adjustable Rollouts
Large Drawer Bases

Before Photos

Design Photos

During Photos

After Photos

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Paul McManus

Certified Residential Contractor, CRC1331326