Within walking distance of Beaver Street in the heart of Sewickley and in partnership with Wildman Chalmers Design, we completed this kitchen renovation. The project consisted of the removal of a brick chimney in the rear of the home to open the space up and allow for a few new Kolbe windows to be installed on the second floor of the home, demolition of the wall the separated the kitchen from what was a dining room, installation of new Kolbe doors to create a more open, modern look in the space. A stairway that ran to the second floor was also closed off and done away with to allow for more room to the kitchen. Once demolition was complete, work began on the new kitchen layout, the Mouser cabinetry was installed along the wall and as part of the island in the center of the room. Once the kitchen was complete, we began work on the deck. The old decking was removed, then the old framing was expanded. Black locus was the selected material for the new deck surface, a stainless steel cable railing was paired with this for a great look. All in all, this project turned out beautifully and we are proud that it was done by our team.