Washington DC Kitchen Remodel, White Shaker Cabinets

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CliqStudios designer AJ Johnson worked with the homeowners’ interior designer on a kitchen remodel that was needed to create a space for family gatherings and entertaining.

Features that reflect the family’s style and make the space special include the professional gas range, hanging pot rack, built in bookshelves on the end of the island, storage pantry wall with custom fitted refrigerator surround, and lighted glass door cabinets at the ceiling level.

The remodel was done with an eye to preserving the home’s heritage. Original maple flooring, exceptionally long sections not seen today, prominent window and door casings with corner blocks, and original five panel recessed slab doors bordered by wide base trim are fully lit with numberous recessed spot lights in the ceiling and under cabinet task lights.

A corner sink, tucked neatly between a pull-out trash bin and the dishwasher, is a space-saver and focal point. The herringbone backsplash reached from counter to cabinet at every point.

Read more about the project on our blog.

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washington dc remodeled kitchen has ceiling height lighted glass door cabinets, a professional six-burner range and stainless hood, center island with end bookshelves and decorative crown molding to match the home's architectural trim
remodeled kitchen has island with white quartz countertop, cabinets with gray countertop and white diagonal tile backsplash, and hanging pot rack over the island
close up photo of hanging pot rack over white center island with butcher block cutting board in kitchen with corner sink cabinet and original maple flooring
white shaker cabinets in remodeled dc home complement the home's original painted white wooden doors, with five recessed flat panels each
kitchen features six burner gas range with double ovens, side grill and wide pro hood flanked by glass door cabinets an finished with herringbone pattern tile backsplash
long view of remodeled Washington DC kitchen shows original hot water heat radiator, low windows, maple floors and new white shaker cabinets with glass doors, center island and built in bookshelves.