This 2004 builder’s grade kitchen didn’t fit the current retired owners ADA needs and love of wood. The original layout of the fridge wall had it farther from the work triangle and narrowing the entrance for accessibility. Even though walls were not moved, the kitchen function/flow could be improved.
Here is how we helped:
–replaced existing painted cabinets with cherry wood extended to the soffits
–replaced high micro/hood with low microwave drawer by fridge
–added LED under cabinet lighting and updated existing ceiling cans to LED
–replaced dark granite countertops with light low maintenance quartz
–moved fridge away from entrance and reduced to cabinet depth to widen opening
–keep existing tile floor that goes into laundry
The resulting new kitchen space now feels visually warmer and has features that will allow this retired couple to stay longer in their home. Subtle changes can have a large impact!
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