NJW loves what we do, we know home remodeling and recently received the CotY award (Contractor of the Year) to further prove that fact! We want to let you dive into our award winning project in this 4 part series over the next few weeks.

The project was a mid-century modern kitchen remodel, and what this Mid-century modern home lacked in kitchen appeal it made up for in overall style and unique architectural home appeal. That appeal which reflects back to the turn of the century modernism movement was the driving force for this sleek yet simplistic kitchen design and remodel.

Client’s Remodel Criteria:

Maximize existing footprint design to reflect existing mid-century modern style

Utilize earth friendly materials and finishes

Transition new to old seamlessly

Existing Footprint:

Eliminate entry wall for open concept design

Relocate or deduct, floor to ceiling, structures on one side of kitchen to introduce and maximize open floor plan

Utilize all unused areas

Create new functionality, respecting existing footprint

Create new breakfast bar seating
Reflect Existing Mid-Century Home Design:

Unify home and kitchen keeping minimalist, lineal design present

Add fresh modern touch to design style

Brighten up kitchen finishes
Earth Friendly finishes:

Client desires to reflect natural beauty into redesign mimicking existing home flair

Respect exterior natural beauty with complimenting interior finishes

Design with energy saving, natural and sustainable materials in mind
Smooth transition:

Respect existing layout

Flow existing home materials into new materials seamlessly

Create fresh new open concept design that is balanced with modern and elegance of the existing remaining design style
Check back with us next week as we dive further into this kitchen remodel, we will be showing you more “after” photos and dive deeper into the design! We currently build in Westerville, Worthington, Whitehall, Upper Arlington, Powell, Pickerington, New Albany, Lancaster, Hilliard, Gahanna, Dublin, Bexley, Columbus and all of Central Ohio.