It's all fun and fancy in this remodeled Austin kitchen! Before the remodel, the space was divided into two rooms - a tiny kitchen, and a larger, underused dining room. Loop Design (the architecture firm hired for the redesign) knocked down a few walls to create one spacious cooking and dining space, while the owner, an interior designer, brought it to life with a bright, fresh color scheme. See more photos below:
While there are some high-end details—a Miele dishwasher, Wolf range, Caesarstone countertops—the cabinet boxes are actually IKEA fit with custom pecan fronts.
And curious about the colors? The wall color is Parakeet 6711 and the Island color is Larchmere 6752, both by Sherwin-Williams.
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(Images: Atelier Wong for Loop Design via Houzz)