Interior Design Services – Kitchen Design
Whether it’s a complete remodeling or the updating of existing finishes, the kitchen is one of the main investments in a home and often a space where the most time is spent. The right design decisions are paramount to insuring its success and the owner’s enjoyment.
Clients who are purchasing a new home often have a selection of styles and finish options to choose from and have called upon Hilary Bailes Design to help guide them through this process and insure that the finished space works with the entire master plan.
Shah Residence - Lincoln Park
Oz Park Kitchen Update
This client wanted to update her kitchen to be aesthetically cohesive with the rest of her home without the expense of purchasing new cabinetry. We decided to have the cabinets painted in a custom color lacquer that reflected the palette of the existing glass tile backsplash and glass doors in the dining area. We also inserted opaque glass panels into three upper cabinet doors. The existing countertop and hardware was reused.
The result is a sleek sophisticated look that integrates the kitchen and dining areas, at a fraction of the cost of a new kitchen. Recycled and updated! - See the before and after photos
South Loop Condo
Glass tiles in colors that enhance the rest of the space, finishes and new lighting added to make this kitchen work with the design of the new open-plan dining and living area. - See entire project
River Park - West Lakeview
A mix of dark brown and white painted custom cabinetry added a unique look to this kitchen. Upper cabinets have ribbed industrial style glass panel inserts. The Quartz Silestone countertops have recycled glass pieces set in a grey quartz that shimmers under the pendant lighting. The backsplash tile adds a touch of drama with its back painted silver glitter finish. - See entire project
Lincoln Park Kitchen Remodeling
Using the existing black granite countertop and high-end appliances, custom designed cabinetry was created to bring this kitchen up-to-date. Custom designed 'art glass' was used as inserts in some of the upper cabinet doors. - See entire project