Thousand Oaks Kitchen
This small Thousand Oaks kitchen was in desperate need of a remodel. The oak cabinetry and tile countertops screamed for an update and the brick encasing the oven looked odd and out of place. Another strange feature was the ceiling in the pantry was downward sloping so the homeowners had to bend way down and crawl inside to access the back shelves. We removed the bricks as well as the peninsula, which opened the kitchen to the dining area. We also put the refrigerator where the pantry was and installed a new, large pantry on the back wall. (The photo of the new pantry is elongated due to the close range of the camera angle). We patched the floor to accommodate the new layout.
The materials in this kitchen remodel are attractive, budget friendly, high-quality, durable and long lasting!
Our clients love their new space.
Cabinetry: Mantra Cabinetry by Masterbrand in a “Bark” stained finished and Omni door style
Countertops: Pental Quartz in Alpine with a mitered edge
Tile: Acuarela 4”x12” subway tile in a standard offset pattern in the color Sky