5 Before-And-After Kitchen Makeovers

No matter your style, these 5 kitchen transformations, featured in the 2018 HGTV Faces of Design Awards, will take your breath away.

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September 07, 2018

Photo By: Claire Paquin

Photo By: Regan Wood Photography

Photo By: Mali Azima

Photo By: Phoebe Chuason

Photo By: Rennai Hoefer

Photo By: Julie Soefer Photography

Photo By: Julie Soefer Photography

Before: Dated & Dingy

The dated cabinetry and a dark paint color, does not make for a very inviting kitchen.

After: Breath of Fresh Air

The transformation turned this kitchen into a bright, white breath of fresh air. Designer Claire Paquin added cabinetry and brightened up the space with natural light, and white cabinets and countertops.

Before: Traditional Kitchen in Need of Updating

Before the renovation, this kitchen was adorned with traditional cabinetry and accents.

After: Colorful, Timeless Kitchen

Designer Minhnuyet Hardy, turned this once dated traditional kitchen into a classic space infused with color and charisma.

Before: Outdated Mid-Mod

This 1960s kitchen was dark and dated, dingy and in disrepair.

After: Modern Kitchen With Window Wall

A full remodel opened this kitchen up, while keeping the soaring architectural window intact. Designer Natalie Myers was sure to incorporate the midcentury modern style, which is an updated nod to the era in which the home was built.

Before: Gloomy and Unpleasant

This kitchen has seen better days. The dark and dingy atmosphere is unwelcoming and in need of a refresh.

After: White Farmhouse Kitchen

What was previously a dingy and dated kitchen, has been transformed into an airy and inviting space, perfect for entertaining. Blissful Design Studio added farmhouse flair, seen in the wooden accents on the kitchen island, open shelving and metal barstools.

Before: Dark, Bleak Kitchen Lacking Interest

Prior to being updated, this kitchen lacked character or personality. The dark cabinets and countertops make the space feel more confined and gloomy.

After: Refreshing White Cottage Kitchen

Designer Marie Flanigan transformed this kitchen into a timeless, light-filled space, complete with plenty of storage.

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