Kitchen & Bath Designer Jeneane Beaver Creates contemporary look for her own 1980’s home.
As a kitchen and bath designer, Jeneane Beaver loved making her clients dream come true. It was her job to create beautiful and functional spaces every day. The home her and her husband live in was built in 1980 and the kitchen was not ideal for a person who cooks, nor did the room offer much storage.
The renovation process began April 12th, and was completed May 18th. Follow this link to see more before and after photos of this contemporary remodel.
Jeneane Beaver has been designing kitchen and bath cabinetry for Walker Woodworking since 2008. She gained her foundation in cabinet design by earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design at Western Carolina University and is certified as an Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer through the NKBA. With 6 years of design experience Jeneane is able to truly create unique, user-friendly spaces and educate consumers on the many different cabinetry options available.
“It was hard to see all of those beautiful and functional plans I work on everyday, then go home to a decrepit outdated kitchen in my own home.” says Walker Woodworking designer Jeneane Beaver.
Planning a budget became a top priority, for the project to move forward. Cabinets, granite, electrical, floors, plumbing, and eating out all became part of our budget.
The wish list:
*drawers around the prep area
*a vented hood
*built in trash and recycling area
*space for brooms and ladders
*better functioning cooking appliances
*more countertop space and improved workflow
“We are absolutely thrilled with the results. Keeping in style with the house and leaning towards a more contemporary look we went with simplistic darker cabinets and lighter floors to contrast.”
“We know this will greatly add value to our home and it is definitely much nicer to use. I can now say with pride that I love my kitchen!” said Jeneane Beaver, Kitchen & Bath designer for Walker Woodworking.