The design is in the details...
In this kitchen we removed the wall between the kitchen and dining room which is where the stove was originally located, to create a more open space. A breakfast bar to seat three now divides the two rooms. The stove and refrigerator were relocated to the opposite wall. The counter top and storage space were doubled in this remodel!
The original kitchen had the sink and wall oven on one wall with the cooktop placed next to the refrigerator and a built in counter under the window. The new plan has the sink under the window with a peninsula seperating the kitchen from the dining room. The hood makes a great focal point on the cooking wall where there is now plenty of working space.
Aside from wanting a lighter kitchen, this homeowner did not like the crowded corner at the refrigerator. In the new plan the microwave was built in on the cooktop wall and the refrigerator was moved closer to the eating area to create more counter space and a better work flow.
The kitchen in this condo started as a galley kitchen. A doorway was closed up and the wall between the living room and kitchen was removed, allowing for a U shaped kitchen with an overhang for seating.
This kitchen was updated with Bertch Custom Cabinetry in Eggshell with brown glaze and a cherry island, with black glaze and gold tipping. The molding details, mimic the ceiling detail to create a finished look.
When the appliances needed to be replaced, this homeowner decided to update her kitchen. Instead of a wall oven and cooktop, she selected a range unit to give her more counterspace. Removing the soffits, allowed the use of taller cabinets and visually heightens the space.
By removing the soffit in this kitchen the hood and staggered wall cabinets accentuate the ceiling height. The refrigerator was moved tot he opposite wall for more counter space at the stove.
This original kitchen was an L shape with the sink facing a wall. The grade level window next to the microwave was closed, allowing the cooking area to be spaced on the side wall. The sink was relocated under a new window overlooking the back yard. An island replaces the peninsula for seating and additional storage.
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