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Projects by Kitchen Tune-Up Chicago City Central

The projects you see here are all real remodeling jobs, in homes like yours. They’re not fantasy pictures of designer showrooms—they’re kitchens families use every day. These projects, by Kitchen Tune-Up locations around the country, show how we tailor remodeling to fit homeowners’ unique needs and realistic budgets!

This condo has a beautiful view of the lake and soldiers field.  They selected a beautiful quartz countertop and then decided they needed a reface. We were able to give them the calming affect of slab doors that highlighted their countertop and matched the furniture in their beautiful living room overlooking Lake Michigan!

This wonderful couple wanted to refresh their kitchen and decided to take a risk with a two tone kitchen.  They were so happy that they did!  They went from outdated and ordinary to a sleek and beautiful kitchen, without the need to replace their countertop or backsplash.  They also added pull outs to better organize their base cabinets and a trash pull out where they once had an open space from their broken trash compactor.

Cabinet Refacing in a lunchroom for a Chicago Non Profit organization going from a tired, mismatched look to a warm, inviting and streamlined wood grain look.

A simple but effective wood to white refacing in central Chicago. The original wood slab doors were swapped with trendy white shaker and new hardware. The existing blue tile backsplash and black granite meshed well with the new additions.  

This dated laminate kitchen was given an overhaul. Flat panel doors were refaced with nizza shaker doors on the uppers and sage at the base cabinets, with new brushed nickel hardware. White subway tile backsplash was installed and the old green laminate counters were replaced with a more neutral brown. The final product gave a subtle farmhouse look. 

This downtown Chicago kitchen was given a modern look, refacing that base cabinets with royal blue slab doors and new hardware. White subway tile backsplash completed the new look.