We had the pleasure of working with a fabulous couple in New Port Richey on the renovation to their kitchen. The home was a 90's era house that unfortunately had a real closed off feeling from the rest of the house. The effect that the builder created when the home was originally built was what I like to call the 'cave effect'. Where everything is closed in, dark, and tight. With un-utilized spaces that builders typically overlook because of costs. The homeowner had some great ideas that they brought to the table. Among the goals for the space were creating more storage, opening the room to allow for more free-flow entertaining, adding new cabinetry, and much needed new lighting. In the end, I believe this is one of the more impressive kitchens we have remodeled. We were able to open up the room to not only allow more of a open-concept, but it came with the additional bonus of giving the space much needed extra natural lighting. The cabinets the homeowner went with gave them the look that they had always wanted. The additional lighting in the room brought the home into the 21st century with a nice contemporary feel. We had a great time on this project and the homeowner will have years of enjoyment with their new space.