This 1970’s kitchen was closed off to the rest of the home. The cook wanted to entertain and feel involved with the activities of entertaining.
- By removing the corner of the room, the space was opened to the formal dining room
- Another wall was removed to open the space to the casual dining area near the kitchen
- A darker stained floating island blended with the wood beam and redwood flat ceiling
- The biggest challenge was the lighting. Recessed cans could not be used, so cable lighting was added with spots and pendants
- Frameless cherry cabinetry brought lots of natural color into the space
- Bright neon pendants are a key focal point in the space
- Modern appliances bright flare to the room
The unique ceiling architecture and modern cabinetry and fixtures are to now be enjoyed by all who visit.