The 2014 NARI “Parade of Remodeling” was the first Sunday in June. We had 2 locations in the parade this year, and had fun with both.
The 1st location was a kitchen remodel in a 1950’s ranch where we removed a wall and opened it up to the living area. New white shaker cabinets, Zodiaq quartz counter-tops, and expanded oak floors made a great change to the space. It feels spacious and the floor plan flows with a modern family!
The 2nd location was opening up a 1970’s kitchen to the formal dining room for entertaining. The frameless cherry cabinets and hand selected granite counter-tops blended beautifully with the natural wood tones of the home. Several walls were removed to allow entertaining to effortlessly flow from one room to the other. The best part was that the architectural character of the existing home now shines thru in the remodeled spaces!
See pictures of this project here: Contemporary Kitchen Opened for Entertaining
We had almost 200 guests go thru each site. It was fun to share the details of both remodels with each of them.