Improved Function and Flow
This common/gathering space at Seminole Forest Clubhouse needed cosmetic updates to serve as a magnificent centerpiece for dining, socializing, and special events. Referred by a cabinet designer, Sweeney Design Remodel was hired to provide project management and construction to improve the function and flow of the clubhouse kitchen, bathrooms, and gathering space.
The Creative Solution
To start, Sweeney removed the header that divided the dining room/seating area and painted the wood ceiling, thereby opening up the space and visually connecting the spaces into one.
We then relocated the kitchen door to an existing window space to alter the flow of guests through the room and allow for a full wall of cabinets, increased countertop space, and an island more flexible for multiple users.
After demolishing the kitchen, new custom white shaker-style cabinetry was installed, a classic white tile backsplash, and beautiful easy-to-clean gray-marbled laminate countertops. The kitchen was also updated with all new plumbing, and fixtures, including a Kohler chrome faucet, stainless steel sink, and brushed satin nickel pulls.
The bathrooms were reconfigured to create private, single-user spaces and convert unused showers into accessible storage space for folding tables and chairs, and event supplies.