This 1926 Mediterranean Bungalow in the Tangletown neighborhood of South Minneapolis was ready for a new face. The homeowners were very interested in saving the original cabinetry while also updating the space. With keeping the cabinetry, we still wanted to add some additional detail. By applying additional molding cabinetry faces, new oil rubbed bronze hinges and pulls, and by painting the cabinets with a top glaze, the cabinetry now has a new life. One new cabinet was designed to match the existing to the left of the fridge and some modifications were made for a new dishwasher, larger sink, and a copper screen was installed on a base cabinet door to add detail and air-flow to an existing radiator. To top off the newly finished cabinetry, Alaska White granite tops were installed. The gorgeous tops pull the accents of bronze and the glazed cabinetry together perfectly. Kohler faucet and a Blanco Silgranit sink finish off the tops. New lighting, crackled ceramic tile backsplash, and a fresh coat of paint complete the kitchen update. The homeowners couldn’t be happier and now have a classic yet eccentric kitchen to enjoy and share.