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Good things come to those who wait. A few years ago we toured the rest of this California The Kitchen Cabinet cottage, but the family was waiting to replenish their renovation savings account before tackling the kitchen. To tide them over, interior designer Charmean Neithart originally painted the back door turquoise to match the beachy and bright design in the rest of the house, swapped in some new glass knobs on all of the cabinets, added a pretty window shade and modified a cumbersome breakfast bar. Now she has helped the homeowners complete what she deems a “remodel lite.” “We’ve done several of these types of kitchen renovations lately,” Neithart says. “You guide the homeowners to put the money in where they are going to get it back, and you make The Kitchen Cabinet important changes that will impact how they use the house every day.” By keeping what was working and being thoughtful about where the dollars went, she retained the home’s cottage charm and saved them enough money to complete a bathroom renovation they had on their wish list. "Photos by Erika Bierman Photography After selecting the aqua paint for the cabinets, it was time to coordinate a backsplash. “I love this line [by Lunada Bay Tile]. They have fresh patterns, colors and shapes, and it’s a cost-effective choice,” Neithart says. “This was from a brand-new collection, and it is just spot-on.” “Taking the glass mosaic tile all the way up to the ceiling really brought it The Kitchen Cabinet home,” the designer says. Before, this peninsula jutted out, had an odd shape and obstructed a high-traffic area. The homeowners did not wish to have stools there and felt like the peninsula just got in the way. Neithart shaved 12 inches off, keeping it large enough to serve food on top of it, and had the maple butcher block refinished during phase one. She also gave one of the homeowners’ favorite table lamps a fresh lampshade. The homeowner was not a huge fan of the bay window, which was a popular feature in the early 1980s. “I told her, ‘It’s fine. You’ll really appreciate the sunlight, and it’s not worth taking it The Kitchen Cabinet out,’” Neithart says. Plus, it’s just the spot to keep fresh flowers or potted herbs. What was worth taking out? Well, while the wall ovens, dishwasher and microwave functioned just fine (and were not eyesores), the range did not, so they invested in a new cooktop. “The homeowner is a fantastic cook, and she needed the kitchen to be hardworking,” Neithart says. With a large extended family living nearby, the owner regularly hosts dinner parties for up to 40 people and enjoys preparing the meals for them. The Allia fireclay sink with grid from Rohl is another hardworking new element. It’s also a nice fit for The Kitchen Cabinet vintage cottage. Charmean Neithart Interiors4By living in the house for a few years before redoing the kitchen, the homeowners were able to figure out what was and wasn’t working for them in it. Keeping the existing layout, the appliances that were working and the cabinets, the couple were able not only to spend more on the things that mattered to them in the kitchen, but also to The Kitchen Cabinet squirrel away enough in savings to remodel one last bathroom."