70s Kitchen

70s Kitchen

Architect
Model Remodel
Location
Seattle, WA, USA | View Map
Project Year
2017
Category
Private Houses
© Cindy Apple Photography
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
RangeBosch
Hood
Self-Cleaning Slide-In Range
Drawer Pulls Schoolhouse Electric
Edgecliff Pull 8
Greenwood Pull 4
Wall / Ceiling Paint Benjamin Moore
Simply White
Kitchen Pendants Cedar & Moss
Alto
FaucetDelta Faucet
Trinsic
SinkKohler
Strive

Product Spec Sheet
Range
Self-Cleaning Slide-In Range, Hood by Bosch
Drawer Pulls
Greenwood Pull 4, Edgecliff Pull 8 by Schoolhouse Electric
Wall / Ceiling Paint
Simply White by Benjamin Moore
Kitchen Pendants
Alto by Cedar & Moss
Faucet
Trinsic by Delta Faucet
Sink
Strive by Kohler

70s Kitchen & Living Room Goes Modern Geometric

Model Remodel as Architects

When this stylish family moved into their dated, Ballard home, a remodel was quick to ensue. One of the homeowners, being an architect herself, created reimagined versions of the two most-used spaces. The updates would bring the home out of the 70s and into a new era without shag carpets or wooded walls. The project couldn’t have been more personal. Adding a bold blue to the kitchen, sublet pops of accent colors and modern, geometric patterns—the resulting kitchen and living room are now two places you’d want to spend some time in.

 

The kitchen received a full remodel with new cabinets, countertops, tile and shelving. Custom, navy doors were purchased from Semihandmade, a vendor for custom doors that fit on Ikea cabinets. The deep color is complimented by a light, natural quartzite countertops. Trendy, but timeless, brass accents are seen throughout in the cabinets pulls and light fixtures. The stove backsplash is comprised of triangle, ceramic tiles in a light gray.

 

The living room transformation was drastic, removing the wood paneling and wood built-ins from the wall adjacent the kitchen. The classic orange shag carpet also had to go! By keeping some of the paneling and incorporating some fresh, solid colors, the room retained its character but feels more cabin-like than stuck in the 70s.

 

Smart, thoughtful design reshaped the pass-through window and kitchen-to-living doorway to follow the lines of the ceiling. The result is cleaner lines and strong, geometric shapes. Playing off that, the interior rug, with its geometric pattern, is a perfect fit for the space. Now, the two rooms are not only modernized versions of their previous self, but flow from one to the other effortlessly. The 70s kitchen and living room retain some of their original character, but have a fresh look.

Photos: © Cindy Apple Photography


Materials used: 

  1. Cabinets – Boxes – Ikea
  2. Cabinets – Door Fronts – Semihandmade – Navy Supermatte (bottom), White (top)
  3. Countertops – 2cm marble, eased edge
  4. Drawer Pulls – Schoolhouse Electric – Greenwood Pull 4"
  5. Drawer Pulls (pantry) – Schoolhouse Electric – Edgecliff Pull 8"
  6. Kitchen Pendants – Cedar and Moss – 10" Alto Rod Pendant – Brass
  7. Tile – Fireclay Tile
  8. Wall/ceiling Paint – Benjamin Moore – Simply White
  9. Range – Bosch – HGI8054UC 30" Self-Cleaning Slide-In Range
  10. Range Hood – Bosch – DUH30152UC
  11. Sink – Kohler – Strive K-5409-NA
  12. Faucet – Delta 9159-DST Trinsic Single Handle Pull-Down – Champagne Bronze
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