Historic Downtown Kitchen Remodel

Renovated Bungalow in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

This bungalow off of Queen City Avenue was remodeled for a younger homeowner who sought a classic style with traditional details. The home underwent a dramatic remodel that included plaster work, wallpaper removal, and strengthening the floor structure. The renovation required city approval because the windows were replaced and the home resides within the historical district.

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A Classic Kitchen Remodel For This Historic Home

The renovation of this kitchen required changes to walls to open the kitchen and allow for a raised bar. Design elements within this historic renovation include Giallo platinum granite countertops, handmade Soci Tiles in cappuccino with a crackle finish. Reclaimed beadboard was used on the peninsula.

Traditional Raised Panel Cabinet Doors

The kitchen cabinets were provided by Shiloh Cabinet makers and has a cove crown molding. The wood is maple that has been stained sable in color with a Van Dyke brown glaze. Select wall cabinets have x mullions and the oil rubbed bronze hardware was provided by Top Knobs. The sink base cabinet is bumped out and has a decorative foot. The Faucet is a Delta touchless model named Cassidy.

Decorative Cabinet Corbels 

In keeping with the historical look, corbels were used under wall cabinets. Under cabinet lighting was sourced from Task lighting.

Drawer Style Microwave Oven

The pull out microwave drawer is by Sharp. All additional appliances are GE Cafe and the gas range has a double oven

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