The owner originally wanted to do a kitchen remodel, and two bathroom remodels to update the home, and sell the house. But when he couldn’t find another location within walking distance of his office, he decided a whole house remodel was the solution. The kitchen, originally a cramped space consisting of microwave dinners, was the first to change. Once the wall separating the kitchen, and dining room was removed, the kitchen design that was once small was no more. By opening up the space, it became more warm, and inviting. It is now a compact yet functional space that sets the tone for the elegant home.
Tiled Back Splash
Transitional Hidden Desk
Traditional KitchenThis kitchen design, for a Milwaukee home, which includes LED lighting, is now warm and inviting to anyone who enters. It will also provide enough light for the owner to see well as he ages. © David Bader Photography
Tiled Back SplashIn this Milwaukee Kitchen remodel, the tile back-splash nicely compliments the warm tones of this kitchen remodel, and adds interest as well as a focal point to the wall.
Transitional Hidden DeskWith the wall removed in this kitchen renovation,located in Milwaukee, the space now opens to the dinette and makes the entire room feel more open and united. © David Bader Photography