Cabinet: Framed Maple – Cream Maple
Countertop: Marble – Statuary Venato
Tile Backsplash: Malara White, Subway White
Like many of the homes in the Monte Vista area, this home was built in the mid-1900s and the kitchen was, unfortunately, showing its age. The space was smaller than the homeowner wanted it to be, and asked our team at New Generation to help upgrade and update their kitchen’s appearance while also helping to create more spacing and functionality. This particular Monte Vista Kitchen Remodeling project gave us an opportunity to really flex our muscles and showcase our abilities.
The project started with the demolition of the existing cabinets, as well as the removal of an entire wall that separated the kitchen from the living room. Once the demolition was completed, we were able to start by rebuilding the semi-wall that would house the new sink. We built up the framework, reworked the plumbing and electrical wiring, and then were finally ready to move on to the new kitchen cabinets and countertops the client had picked out. We installed the framed maple cabinets in a light cream color to help bring some neutrality to the space, then paired it nicely with a white-dominant marble slab for the counters.
Finally, we tied it all together with a large, basin sink in the new semi-wall, new tile back splash along the opposite side and crown molding around the tops of the cabinets. The end result was a beautiful San Antonio Kitchen Remodeling project that was completed on-time and on-budget, and gave the owner the more open floor-plan they had requested and the renovated kitchen aesthetic they desired.