Opening Up a 1960s Hampton Bungalow

Welcome to the home of Wayne and Valerie Hallet of Hampton, NB.  Starting off with a typical 1960s bungalow layout with a separate kitchen and living room, the homeowners were ready to open up the space to incorporate open concept living.

The original oak kitchen was no longer serving the homeowners with the best possible use of space.  The goal here is to open up, bring in more light, and add seating.


The wall to the left is removed, with a counter overhang to accommodate seating for three.

The small window has been removed, and replaced with a large window and projected counter, bringing in ample light. Cabinets to the ceiling and a large corner pantry add extra space, making up for cabinets lost when the wall was removed.

All appliances are now within close proximity of each other, making kitchen prep and cooking a breeze!


While doing the kitchen renovation, homeowners decided to do a new vanity at the same time.

Beautiful stained birch, glass knobs, and laminate counter with an undermounted sink add a touch of elegance to the space:


Replacing the kitchen window also changes the exterior view of the home:


Can you spot the difference?


Thank you to Wayne and Valerie for choosing Avondale for your kitchen makeover!


Are you ready for your dreams to come true?  Give us a call today or stop in for a factory and showroom tour. We have designers in your area every week, from Grand Falls to Saint John!

317 Lockhart Mill Road, Jacksonville (Woodstock), NB, Canada


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