A Modern Kitchen Update in Indianapolis

July 17, 2011
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Indianapolis, Indiana
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This project is the 2nd we've completed for the same client. The first was a master bath renovation:

http://www.contractortalk.com/f25/indianapolis-master-bath-remodel-photos-64974/

 

Like most homeowners who are updating a kitchen, one of their biggest goals was to open the space up to the adjacent living areas. Too accomplish this the designer, Matt Harris, came up with a new layout that required the removal of several load bearing walls. We installed several beams within the ceiling, and two columns which are hidden by the cabinetry.

The cabinets are quarter sawn cherry veneer with birdseye maple accents. They were built by Jason Myers, Myers Design Inc.

Complete project description and photos: http://www.wrightworks.net/2011/big-beautiful-modern-a-kitchen-remodel-in-springmill/

 

Before and after video slideshow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_Eh2_s8XM8

 

Christopher Wright, CR

WrightWorks LLC
Indianapolis Remodeling Contractor
Indianapolis and Carmel Kitchen Remodeling


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    Calisotaabout 8 years ago

    Very open, great looking project!

    I get a Dojo Screen aesthetic from the look up the upper panel designs. I like how that works. Is that a mixed wood fabrication, stain treatment, or actual paper textile on the panels? I can't quite tell from the photos.

    Also, I'm envious of the Onyx drop counter. Onyx yes? A favorite slab yard of mine has a huge, gorgeous onyx selection, and I've yet to get a buyer to "go for it". It blows them away every time we walk through the slabs. So dramatic. Very cool.

    Congrats, extremely professional looking.

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    ChrWrightabout 8 years ago

    Thanks very much for the compliments.

    The upper doors are actually birdseye maple with a cherry wrap and cherry strips on the face.

    The counters are Tortuga granite.

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    AaronandHurabout 8 years ago

    Truly Beautiful!

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    TIGHTER MITERalmost 8 years ago

    Chris, I just saw these pics- Fantabulous!  We did one with the granite on the sides like that last year- really cool look-

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