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Ambling Way

Kitchen remodels are usually never just kitchen remodels, but for a good reason. Once we start opening walls, there's very little that we won't end up touching. Hence why we always say "do it once and do it right". That's exactly what we did in this kitchen remodel. During the planning phase, we worked out most of the details regarding the flooring and changes, so once we started opening up ceilings and walls, construction flowed very smoothly.

Photography by Bailey Baker, Charleston Home & Design

By removing a wall that separated the tiny 80sf kitchen from the dining room and installing a recessed beam in the ceiling, we were able to create a very large communal space. Quartz counters and natural white oak engineered floors complimented richer oak and seafoam tones in the island and range hood vent. All inset application and panel ready appliances were of course a part of the package!

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