Kitchen Tune-Up's Project of the Year Winners of 2021
Kitchen Tune-Up announced their Project of the Year winners for 2021. The Project of the Year winners received votes from Kitchen Tune-Up franchise owners across the nation. Out of hundreds of submissions, eight projects were recognized by owners.
Joe & Amanda Boyd
This kitchen is unrecognizable from the before pictures! A load-bearing wall was removed to open up the entire kitchen and dining room which made way for a 9’ by 4’ island. The team installed the beautiful wood look tile to contrast the new custom cabinets. A corner oven, decorative wood range hood, and custom pantry are just some of the highlights. This is truly a made for TV showpiece.
Paul & Kathryn Jost
In this amazing transformation, we included redooring, painting and custom cabinetry. We removed some of the upper cabinets to create a focal wall with tile, walnut floating shelves, hood, and lighting. We removed the old island to make room for a more functional layout. With the addition of stacker cabinets, we brought height and more storage. New countertops, backsplash and undercabinet lighting completed the look.
Atlanta Roswell, GA
This project brightened and elongated the kitchen by using the glacier white/haze colors and extending the cabinets to the ceiling. The glass inserts are an especially nice feature for this space.
Joel & Jessica Winters
Castle Rock, CO
This customer chose refacing to modernize the overall look and feel of their kitchen space.
Joe & Amanda Boyd
The Sugar Land, TX team converted this kitchen from classic to contemporary. The knotty alder island was refaced in After Dark to cover up the grain, and custom crown and base molding were added to blend the modern tone!
Not only did this kitchen turn out beautifully, it is also now more functional with added tilt-out trays, roll-outs, and a single trash pull-out.
Albert & Coleen Bridges
This client viewed our website and chose a kitchen from our gallery. It was important to the client to keep some original cabinetry, so two of the existing cabinets from the peninsula were reused to add length to the island. Finally, exquisite mullion doors with new quartz countertops, lighting, decorative backsplash and porcelain tile flooring were installed completed what the client envisioned!
These original cream-colored cabinets were painted white with a contrasting custom color for the island. The new granite countertops also help transform this kitchen into a stunning space!