Our client in Madison, WI was in need of a kitchen makeover. Her small existing kitchen was not only dated and lacked functionality, but it also didn’t blend with the architecture of her home. The client desired a modern kitchen remodel inspired by Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky’s Frankfurt kitchen design from the 1920s. Emphasizing clean geometric lines, the Frankfurt kitchen very much embraced German Werkbund principals, focused on good design and beautiful craftsmanship.
A clear vision in mind, Sweeney designed a new German-style kitchen within the existing space of the client’s home. Keeping with the classic design elements of a Frankfurt kitchen, Sweeney installed simple contemporary custom cabinetry with smart storage elements, as well as a white Daltile backsplash. The Moen plumbing fixtures, Karran sink, Quartz countertop, and beautiful Shaw flooring complete the look, bringing together a perfect blend of style and functionality.
Our client loves her new modern kitchen. This minimalist “less is more” kitchen design with clean geometric lines delivers exactly what she wanted.
“We are very satisfied with the workmanship of the Sweeney crew and have already recommended them to other people looking for remodeling professionals.”—Mark M.