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Before + After, Kitchen: Second Place

Four Brothers Design + Build gives a dated condo kitchen a modern makeover

After purchasing a condo in Northwest DC’s Columbia Heights, the owners tapped Four Brothers Design + Build to redo the kitchen. “It was closed off, lacking storage and counter space,” recalls project designer Kristen Mendoza. “The client wanted an airy, minimalist environment.”

The team removed a wall separating the kitchen and living area, then closed off a niche on the back kitchen wall to create a walk-in pantry disguised by cabinet doors. A range wall provides a focal point while flat-fronted cabinetry and Caesarstone counters convey streamlined appeal.

PROJECT TEAM
Project Design: Kristen Mendoza; Contractor & Lead Carpenter: Brett Bond, Four Brothers Design + Build. Photography: Steven Hershberger.

GET THE LOOK—Cabinetry: cabico.com. Hardware: busterandpunch.com. Appliances: bosch-home.com through homedepot.com. Countertops & Backsplash: caesarstoneus.com through norwoodmarble.com. Faucet: brizo.com through build.com. Pendant: kuzcolighting.com through ylighting.com. 

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