Planning Your New Kitchen, and How We Can Help You Achieve What You Want
Minor kitchen updates often include new lighting, countertops, appliances, and new paint. Also popular are a tile backsplash, and new sink with updated faucet. Outdated-looking but still-functional cabinets might be painted, or sanded and restained.
Major kitchen renovations often mean new cabinets, as well as opening the kitchen space up to other parts of the house and outdoor areas for better flow and use. This is usually done by adding or combining rooms and removing walls, which may require structural changes as well as plumbing, flooring and electrical work.
There’s a wide range of options either way. After listening to your kitchen desires and looking at your space, we’ll suggest one or more approaches based on what you want to achieve. Our staff may be just what you need, or we may bring in an architect, interior or kitchen designer, or cabinet design resource, as appropriate.
Paces works with cabinet specialists to deliver prefabricated, semicustom and custom cabinets to suit your style, needs and budget, and we can also create or modify units to fit your space perfectly. Experts may also be brought in for countertops, tile, lighting and appliances to help complete your stylish dream kitchen.
“It was a pleasure having John Beach and the Paces Construction crew work on our kitchen and breakfast area renovation. We’re thrilled with the final product, and love our cherry dining table they built.”
CYNTHIA AND STEPHEN FRAZIER, SANDY SPRINGS
A Gallery of Remodeled Kitchens by Paces Construction
What shape will your kitchen take? The kitchens shown here cover a wide range of sizes, styles, scopes and budgets, from a few thousand dollars to over $150K. Some are new kitchen additions, while others may just include countertop and appliance updates. We can listen to your goals, look at your existing space, and quickly tell you what your viable range of solutions might include.
Curious about what’s possible? That’s what we’re here for. Let’s chat at 404-841-8841.
We know what Buckhead families want.
So you’ll get exactly what you need, whether you’re renovating your Paces Ferry castle or downsizing to a Peachtree Road condo to spend more time in Highlands. Our repertoire includes traditional spaces, open kitchen great rooms for growing families, condos, specialty areas like bars, pool houses and outdoor kitchens, and a Canterbury Court kitchen.
A perfect combination of style and function.
From carefully updated historic homes, to traditional, transitional and modern looks, we make sure your kitchen matches your home and your lifestyle. Whether you’re a gourmet chief who enjoys playing with Vikings and Subzeros, a microwave magician, or a couple who prefers to save their money for dining out, we’ll help you find the right balance, keeping your home value in focus.
What’s trending in kitchens these days?
Lighter colors, tinted wash colors, islands with a different wood finish than the wall cabinets, and scattered glass doors.
Mission and craftsman detail treatments including clean, less-adorned lines, beadboard and shiplap, and rustic woods in beams and casings.
Stainless steel appliances often with matching cabinet panels. Less chrome in the fixtures, with satin nickel and oil-rubbed bronze preferred.
Less-fancy ornamentation, fewer heavily carved corbels, less ornate moldings, a less-tailored look, no soffits, and taller wall cabinets for storage.
Larger kitchen areas that expand into, and flow with, the house’s living spaces. Also, casual entertaining areas in or adjacent to the kitchen — it’s not just for family anymore.
Kitchens that open to the outside, with adjacent covered decks and patios furnished with plush seating.
Cooking and serving areas have also moved outside, with a large array of outdoor appliances. See the Exteriors section of this website for more ideas.
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