Bringing a home built in 1972 up to date is quite an undertaking and this family has steadily worked their way through this Northeast side home, renovating a space at a time. For this Indianapolis kitchen renovation, it was their second major project with Lifestyle. It's interesting because the space changes greatly simply by removing the bulkheads in this kitchen. Peninsulas tends to be a bit less common these days, but since there was no room for an island, we added a countertop overhang and kept a little casual seating for these folks. Major changes included stealing space from an adjacent dining room to recess a coffee bar and additional storage in the kitchen. As you can see in the pictures below, there is a fantastic cook zone in the renovated kitchen. Slightly more contemporary in nature, the simple pattern of the Cambria Quartz countertops complements the exquisite backsplash design. Wood look tile was used on the floor in this project, as were dark stained cherry cabinets. Undercabinet lighting adds effective task lighting throughout the kitchen work spaces and cabinets to the ceiling provide additional storage and a visual interest. The significant changes make this one dramatic Indianapolis kitchen remodel!