This Sarah Richardson kitchen design was for a client that wanted to breathe life into their existing kitchen while maintaining a tight budget. This quaint kitchen was designed with a future move in mind, and so they chose to splurge a bit on key elements that would help resale, and save on decorative choices to keep costs down. Rather than replace the door, it was painted in a saturated gray that also helped conceal any scratches or dents. A vintage kilim runner was added to the floor to provide extra warmth and a splash of color. Another great addition was adding new knobs to cabinetry that fit the existing holes to instantly add drama and a break from the all-white cabinets. Keeping with the potential resale, high-quality countertops in Caesarstone quartz provides a stunning and durable solution.
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