Who lives here
A fun family of four.
Obstacles and Opportunities
This kitchen was dark. The cabinets were stained dark and there simply weren’t enough of them. There was only one light in the space and, though it was a good sized space, it wasn’t used well.
This 1980’s split level kitchen left a lot to be desired. With only one light over the sink and one light in the vent hood, and dark cabinetry, this kitchen needed an update. Our design team worked with this client to create a bright and functional new kitchen. A wall was removed between the dining room and kitchen to improve flow and a decorative beam was removed to keep sight lines open. A double-L layout provided a lot more storage and made good use of what was once wasted space.
With limited cabinetry and no over head lighting, this space was just not functional.
Light colored upper cabinets keep the space light and bright while the dark lower cabinets help to ground the space along with the new luxury vinyl flooring that runs throughout the whole main level. The new fireplace adds warmth to the living room and rounds out this space to be a fun and functional space for this fun family of four.
Its all about the details in this split level charmer. These decorative corbels add intrigue to a space that was set aside for pets.
Wine storage was important to this client and this peninsula turned out to be the perfect spot. Drawer bases provide plenty of storage and the trash pull out on the end is easily accessed from every corner of the kitchen.
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