Key improvements of this 1938 kitchen remodel involved removing the chimney and the wall that separated the dining room from the kitchen. Appliances were rearranged and new Waypoint cabinets, Cambria countertops, and linear tile backsplash were installed to transform the space. A cute eat-in area with room for two stools was also incorporated. Trim at the existing dining room built ins was modified and the hardwood floors in the dining room and living room were refinished. According to our final survey with this client, our sales and design process was extremely transparent and smooth. During construction they were happy about the project manager’s communication, quality of woodwork, and cleanliness of the jobsite. This remodel was definitely a success story for Castle and the owners of this beautiful Tudor home in NE Minneapolis.