Projects by Kitchen Tune-Up Denver, CO
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!
From dark and dated to bright and beautiful! This wood to gray cabinet redooring project replaced some darker elements from the early 2000’s with newer farmhouse trends. The original wood beaded recessed panel doors were swapped for gray shaker, and the existing black and white glass tiled backsplash was replaced with subway tile to lighten up this space and completely transforming it!
A beautiful wood to white refacing project in Denver, CO! The dull look of the original cabinets were updated to white shaker doors and the addition of matte black hardware. Subway tile backsplash and white quartz countertops were also installed to match. The island was upgraded in size for more storage and gathering space and was refacing with a pretty blue paneling to add a pop of color.
We love the trendy transformation of this kitchen. The cabinet transitioned from wood to white shaker with gold hardware. The existing black counters remained in place for contrast and the backsplash was updated to a fun textured herringbone pattern to create a Pinterest-worthy kitchen space!
This adorable Denver kitchen already had many trendy elements to it: floating shelves, subway tile backsplash, and new counters. Our team added the finishing touch by refacing the doors with gray shaker, which meshed perfectly with the existing pieces to make the perfect little farmhouse kitchen.
Cabinet painting project in a quaint kitchen in Denver, CO. The original oak cabinets were it great shape and a good candidate for painting to switch up the style. The uppers where painted a creamy white, while the base cabinets were given a coat of green for a pretty two-tone look. New textured stone backsplash completed the final product.
This elegant wood to wood refacing opted for a shift to a darker look. The original golden oak cabinets were refaced with sleek raised panel doors stained espresso with new brushed nickel pulls. New quartz counters were installed, along with herringbone patterned backsplash behind the stovetop for a pop of texture.
This project is a great example of a trendy wood kitchen. The existing, builder grade doors were refaced with maple shaker doors in a dark honey stain. New granite counters were added to match, along with new light fixtures and under cabinet lighting to brighten up the space.