As a producer/director for on the internet embellishing shows, I often see a great deal of gorgeous kitchens. Yet not as well long ago, my own kitchen area wasn’t that dreamy.

Don’t get me wrong, my kitchen area is a truly good, big space, at around 19 x 23 feet, however it was extremely poorly laid out. It’s all my fault — I renovated it in 1999 as well as was entrusted to a awful work environment. Now, 12 years later, I enlisted the assist of AyA Kitchens & Baths to assist provide my kitchen area a well-deserved facelift. (This blog is sponsored by AyA.)

With the sink in the corner, everybody was always clustered in the exact same corner to work. The cupboards on the left likewise ended awkwardly before reaching the end of the wall, which implied we had practically no counterspace. To produce one more prep area, we added an island, however it never looked best in the room.

The mismatched cabinetry, diverse door heights as well as completes looked extremely “bitsy” — it wasn’t a well-thought out space, which made it a truly unpleasant kitchen area to work in. Not to mention the yellow. I had gotten so exhausted of those yellow walls. The eat-in dining area wasn’t well utilized either, as well as added even much more wood than was needed to the room.

With all of this, it was about time for a kitchen area makeover. My colleague, Cameron MacNeil, had dealt with AyA Kitchens & Baths before, as well as so I ended up working with them to provide my kitchen area stylish bistro style as well as ample workspace. The business produces custom-looking cupboards for a much lower cost than a customized kitchen area would cost, so was extremely attractive for the project.

I understood I desired a kitchen area reno, however I wasn’t sure what styles I would lean towards, so I took a look at the AyA site for inspiration. right here is a much more conventional look, with the Ascot cupboards in Charleston Clove.

The Stratus cupboards in Slate Grey Zebrano as well as Oyster Maple offer extremely clean lines. perhaps a bit as well clean for my style, however still extremely nice.

I did like the deep grey of the Allegra Anthracite cabinets, as well as the deep, stainless steel apron sink. when I’d gathered much more motivation shots as well as had an concept of what choices were available, AyA was able to take my kitchen area from those before shots to something magazine-worthy in a few weeks.

I can’t wait to show you the remarkable after photos! For now, checked out about my go to to the AyA showroom as well as selecting cabinetry. Plus, discover much more about AyA.

Photo credits:1. Isabella Cairess Favaro

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