Schulte Design Build collaborated with the homeowners of this 1930 brick Tudor Green Lake home to dramatically update and modernize their kitchen and a second-floor master suite.
The kitchen was first expanded by removing an arched dividing wall, giving the family twice the amount of counter space. The new design considered all end uses for the best layout of the new cabinets, appliances, and lighting fixtures, along with an area for a breakfast table. The color palette chosen was white shaker cabinets with white quartz for countertop and backsplash and contrasting dark hardwoods to make the most of the available light. Results – a beautiful, bright and open kitchen perfect for their lifestyle and entertaining plans.
Upstairs, we altered the space from two small bedrooms and an outdated bathroom to a spacious master bedroom suite with extended ceilings, plenty of storage, and a clean, modern bathroom to match. The design really utilized every inch of the sloped roof for extra closet space. The clients are thrilled with the results!