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  This smaller condo kitchen (4′ x 12′) in Chicago’s North Shore suburb, Evanston, IL has been completely gutted and rehabbed to create an open layout with eating area and accessible storage. What We Did Removal of old wall (see before/after image below) dividing dining room and kitchen, installation of island counter-top eating area, complete

There’s something that is creative about kitchen remodeling projects- especially if you don’t have the luxury of ‘extra space’. This is routine in metropolitan areas like Chicago where hi-rise buildings are common and a condo kitchen can average a size of 8′ x 8’… 64 valuable square feet that you must consider how to use best. These are 5 KEY AREAS to consider

Considering opening up your home, townhouse or condominium unit?  Are walls creating barriers from your kitchen to your living or dining area? Check out our transformation of these 3 kitchens in the Chicago area by 123 Remodeling. UNITY AND MOBILITY The owners of this townhouse in Chicago’s South Loop area, created this open kitchen area, providing

Kitchen Countertop Options

Thursday, 07 May 2015 by

When remodeling your kitchen, there are several types of kitchen countertops to choose from and different price ranges. Keep in mind that the kitchen counter is a place that will see a lot of wear and tear, so it is highly recommended not to install laminated or tiled ones. Although pricier, there is really nothing

Cabinets are an essential part of a kitchen remodel since they have such a significant impact on the overall design, space and budget of your project. You not only want to choose stylish and quality cabinets, but ones that are space efficient, which will ultimately maximize the capabilities of your newly remodeled kitchen. When choosing

  Is it time for a house remodel? Start with the kitchen. Your big house might seem small with an outdated kitchen. That 1980’s galley kitchen was better suited to microwave dinners and TV trays than dinner parties and entertaining. A kitchen remodel is a great long-term investment too. A recent Cost vs. Value Report

  This Gold Coast condo remodel includes completely refinished modern bathroom and updated kitchen. Brand new energy saving modern appliances, beautiful new cherry cabinetry has been installed throughout to compliment the lighter granite countertop. An induction cooktop has been installed on the new island. Electrical has been rerouted to give the condo owner ample power

Creative Small Kitchen Ideas

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 by

Creative small kitchen ideas are easier to come by than you think. Neff’s AquaAssist Series compact oven has all the bells and whistles including a Slide and Hide door. A dual burner stove is perfect for the condo dweller who needs a stove in case someone else offers to cook. Kitchenaid lovers will love a Mixer Lift. A built

Once again, 123 Remodeling has won the Talk of the Town Award for Excellence in Customer Satisfaction. We are happy to accept this award for the third consecutive year — for 2012, 2013, and 2014. We look forward to continuing that trend in 2015 as well. Thank you to all of our customers who helped

Kitchen Remodeling Trends 2015

Wednesday, 26 November 2014 by

Out with the old and in with the new! With 2014 nearing its end, let’s take a look at what to expect in kitchen design for 2015 and beyond. What will kitchens look like in the future? What features are becoming popular? What’s going out of style? Here’s a look at what patterns we’re noticing

Are you interested in tiling your bathroom or kitchen floor? Tile can be a great improvement to your home, whether by itself or part of a larger remodeling project. The average cost will vary depending on location, but in this article we’ll discuss prices based on Chicago, Illinois, because that’s where we’re located. If you

How to Choose Kitchen Floor Tile

Monday, 08 September 2014 by

  We all love the look of a hardwood floor. However, are hardwood floors really the right choice for a kitchen? Unless you are living in small apartment, probably not. So if no hardwood floors in the kitchen, then what is the best choice? The kitchen receives the highest level of foot traffic in the