A dark 1980’s kitchen didn’t give the new owners the entertaining bright space they needed with the functional and storage required. The professional cook-top was the only thing the homeowners were interested in keeping.
- By adding a duplicate window on the sink wall and arranging the cabinetry to include a peninsula for seating, the space was brightened.
- Additional storage was found by closing in a pass thru to the formal living room as well as taking the wall cabinets to the ceiling.
- The biggest challenge was access to the cabinet door behind the chimney hood.
- Horizontal glides were installed to create a sliding door and the kitchen has a creative solution to the short peninsula space.
The transformation was amazing and guests move freely from the kitchen to the dining space beyond.
Check out that before picture (the last one), the change is astronomical!