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Seattle kitchen remodel - Custom kitchen cabinet

major remodel


The house: 100 years old, a former boarding house in Greenwood. The owners: determined to mark its centennial by updating the look without losing sight of the past. Classic white custom cabinetry contrasts with eye-popping glass art tile and hand-blown light fixtures. An inviting furniture-style island cabinet draws in guests and an Ipea deck beckons outside. Doors, windows and walls moved - the result is colorful, true to form, and seamless. Completed 2007.

Architect: Kim Goforth of Goforth-Gill Architects

project features


  • Custom white cabinets are juxtaposed against Disco Inferno mosaic glass tile
  • Lindal windows overlook the sink area, which includes an iron farm sink and Caesarstone countertops
  • The kitchen now flows seamlessly into the dining room, which features an imported glass chandelier
  • The former location of the kitchen becomes a cozy media room, with a new entrance to the powder bath

project photos


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Custom white cabinets are juxtaposed against Disco Inferno mosaic glass tile.  Note the clerestory windows to the left that bring in light above the cabinets for this Luxury remodel Seattle. Lindal windows overlook the sink area, which includes an iron farm sink and Caesarstone countertops.  Note the hand-blown pendant lights from Blowing Sands in Ballard The cabinets include a built-in microwave and appliance garage. A full pantry cabinet is hidden in the far corner The butcher block island is built as a furniture piece out of quarter-sawn oak and includes a cubby for a laptop A peek under the upper cabinets reveals under-cabinet task lighting for the counter The kitchen now flows seamlessly into the dining room, which features an imported glass chandelier The former location of the kitchen becomes a cozy media room, with a new entrance to the powder bath and a row of high Lindal windows Even the living room gets a makeover ' the area to the right of the fireplace used to have a cabinet and a hall into the kitchen This powder bath had its door relocated to a new wall and the tub removed.  But it stays true to its original look Before: A kitchen so old it still had a meat locker After: a gracious Ipea deck for barbecuing and entertaining After:  Colorful and inviting, functional and fun remodel


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