These Dover White Cabinets were a remodel that involved incorporating the new homeowner’s idea of a contemporary design. This included removing the existing 1988 kitchen with traditional oak cabinetry and creating an open space feel with ample room for entertaining guests.
Additionally, the entire ceiling was removed as well as all the existing plumbing, and the new plumbing was run correctly. With the ceiling open and floor joists exposed new can lighting and additional island lighting was able to be added. The ceiling and walls were also re-insulated and new drywall was installed. Overall, by re-routing, the plumbing of the upper cabinetry was able to be more efficient and gained cabinet space as well as keeping the homeowners’ original design.
As shown in the photo, were also removed the wall entirely and rebuilt it to include framing, spray foam insulation, the new larger window, and drywall. By opening up the walls we could add outlets and under-cabinet lighting wiring easily.
All existing plumbing in the house was removed and replaced with a PEX plumbing system and new DWV piping, and re-routing everything correctly.