John and Anthony head to Carmichael, Calif. to transform a truly desperate kitchen in a floor-to-ceiling remodel anchored by a bi-level island and custom glass-enclosed wine rack.
Kitchen Cousins Anthony and John take on a truly tiny kitchen, blow out walls and fashion a new and unique space for a cool Nashville couple.
John and Anthony transform a tiny galley kitchen into a massive entertaining space as the wall comes down to join the living room, and the dining area becomes a bar. A huge island centers the space with a built-in range and bar seating. The cousins add custom touches to the space, including a metal pantry door and hexagon tile that runs from the backsplash to the floor.
John and Anthony keep it local in this kitchen, sourcing reclaimed wood and tile from around town. They replace dated cabinets with white Shaker-paneled cabinetry and a red accent cabinet detailed with vintage hardware. The cousins bring the rustic, farmhouse look together with a vinyl floor, red toile tile and fridge with a custom surround.
John and Anthony head to Carmichael, CA, to help a young couple with a truly desperate kitchen. They spend four days creating a stunning floor-to-ceiling remodel anchored by an open-concept floor plan, multi-level island and glass-enclosed wine rack.
A young couple gets blown away when John and Anthony knock on their door and transforms their small cramped kitchen. With the walls out, an entirely new kitchen is complete with all new cabinets, stainless steel counters, skateboard backsplash tile and a hidden door into a new pantry. Plus, they give the space some rustic flare with exposed reclaimed beams and a giant island with custom reclaimed wood legs.
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