We believe that every great design starts with the space planning. This kitchen is a perfect example of how space planning makes a major impact on the space. The original kitchen was closed off to the family room leaving the kitchen secluded from family and guests.
To create an inviting space for everyone, we opened up the wall between these two rooms and moved the cooktop to the opposite wall. The space wouldn’t have been long enough to accommodate this change, so by adding to this wall we were able to make the flip. The pantry cabinet near the refrigerator was placed in the old opening to the dining room and a new doorway was created near the family room to allow for proper traffic flow between the spaces.
A new larger window floods the space with natural light which is complimented by the accent lighting in the opposing cabinetry. A custom hood was used to create a dramatic focal point.
Coffee and tea are tucked away in this pantry cabinet. Retractable doors can be left open to allow for guests to serve themselves when you are entertaining.
Island seating was positioned near the refrigerator to allow guest to get drinks and enjoy the view while the host is preparing the meal.
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