Traditional to Chic Kitchen

Over the past 30 years, David and Mary Coat have updated several rooms in their home, but have left the kitchen on the back burner. Their children, Kathy and Rob, want to give the worn-out space a chic, modern update.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionDavid and Mary's floral, 1970s kitchen is in desperate need of an update.
David and Mary Coat's kitchen hasn't changed much over the past 30 years. With its clunky brown appliances, floral wallpaper and dated cabinetry, this kitchen is ready for a much-needed update. Although their parents have a traditional design style, the couple's children, Kathy and Rob, would like to incorporate a chic, modern look.

Over 30 years ago, David and Mary Coat, along with their two children, Kathy and Rob, moved into a 1960 suburban bungalow. Although some of the rooms have been updated, the kitchen has been left on the back burner. With its combination of white and green floral wallpaper and 1970s appliances, this small kitchen needs a design plan for the modern age.

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