Riverton Bay Window Kitchen

Riverton Oak Island/Bay Window Kitchen Remodel

Riverton Oak Island/Bay Window Kitchen Remodel

Here's a beautiful kitchen remodeling project in a rich oak stain. The beautiful oak cabinetry was fabricated by Cabinet World, installed by the Contractor. A former small return wall, peninsula, and upper cabinets were removed to really open this kitchen to light and the adjoining dining area. The custom tile flooring, countertops, and backsplash are durable. GE refrigerator, GE Spacemaker microwave, GE cooktop, and wall oven were provided by Sure Appliance. The suspended seats at the island swing and stay out of the way, whenever they're not occupied at the center of family action!

Riverton Oak Island/Bay Window Kitchen Remodel

Riverton Oak Island/Bay Window Kitchen Remodel 

Here is another island view of the oak kitchen remodeling. An eight feet wide Andersen bay window system from Hy-Bar Windows brightens the large kitchen and dining room, with a spectacular view East from Riverton to Lone Peak. A bay window will certainly increase the apparent size of any room. The china hutch wall cabinets double to serve Sunday buffet dinners to a large family and friends. Oak cabinets customized by Cabinet World. Price range for a similar project: $30,000 - $40,000.


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