Sherwood Forest Kitchen Remodel with Rose Gold Fixtures

Project Overview

When we came to this home, the number one priority for the homeowners was creating a better use of their space and making a kitchen that created a more optimal space to spend time with family. The original kitchen contained an outdated design, a tiny island, and limited space. We demolished the old kitchen and removed a wall to expand the area significantly. This renovation introduced sleek white and grey shaker cabinets, paired with elegant quartz countertops and a charming cloe white backsplash tile. The addition of rose gold fixtures on the knobs and appliances added a unique and sophisticated touch to the space.

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Challenges & Solutions


The existing sheetrock, composed of a mesh grid embedded in a concrete-like base, was exceptionally challenging to work with. Cutting through this material consistently resulted in damage to our multitool bits, indicating its robust and abrasive nature.


We resorted to using a grinder, ensuring we were equipped with masks for safety, to manage the cutting of the sheetrock. Although this approach generated a substantial amount of dust, it was effective in slicing through the metal grid embedded in the sheetrock, facilitating the necessary modifications.


During the demolition process, we discovered that the wall we needed to remove was load-bearing.


After consulting with an engineer, we opted for a flush solution. This involved meticulously cutting each ceiling joist, then carefully inserting and securing the appropriately sized double LVL (Laminated Veneer Lumber) beams into the ceiling. This process was crucial for creating a seamless and continuous flow in the ceiling's appearance, ensuring both aesthetic appeal and structural integrity.

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