This mid-century kitchen remodel is an example of a project where the overall footprint of the space stayed relatively the same, but a few small design changes and amazing custom cabinets and tile detail created an amazing overall transition. By opening part of the wall between the kitchen and dining room, and installing cabinets accessible from either side, it created additional usable storage and counter space, as well as a nice flow and openness between rooms. On the opposite end of the kitchen, the client selected a gorgeous custom wall cabinet with 1950’s-style white sliding doors. The installation of decorative blue tile backsplash adds a pop of color and mid-century era style, while also beautifully contrasting against the white rift oak cabinetry. The client selected hardware-less cabinets, allowing for the beauty of the wood to shine on its own. The results – a charming, updated kitchen that blends seamlessly with the rest of their era home.