Kitchens are the heart of the home, and we love nothing more than putting life back into them! It should be a place where family and friends gather to share good food, laughter, and fun times.
Does it make financial sense to spend more than $150,000 on a lavish, 1,100-square-foot outdoor kitchen and living room?
For Keith and Liz McLaughlin it did when a “perfect storm” of factors converged: The couple and their three sons needed more space for entertaining; they decided they would be living in the house at least until their youngest, now 11, graduates from high school; and the rising value of their Thousand Oaks home generated hundreds of thousands of dollars in equity.
Trending features incorporated in this remodel:
Open Space- Large Pantries-Farm House and Single Sinks -Deep Cabinet Drawers-Over Sized Light Fixtures -Stainless Steel Appliances w Colorful Knobs-Easy Maintenance Surfaces-Built in Seating Benches-Two Toned Cabinetry-Smart Home Technology-Large Format Floor Tile
Before the remodel, this kitchen was out dated, closed off, lacked sufficient storage space and needed a smarter layout.