This home was stuck in the 90's with dark cherry cabinets, drywall arches, and a closed-off floor plan making the kitchen feel small and constricted. Removing the wall between the eat-in area and living room totally transformed this kitchen into a functional and bright + clean space.
This dated and dark kitchen was fully gutted and renovated to make it feel light and bright. The narrow arched doorway and wall leading from the eat-in area to the living room was completely removed to give sight lines from the kitchen into the living room to function well for any family in the space.
Minor adjustments were made to the layout including moving the sink from the awkward corner location to overlooking the eat in area and now open living room. The new upper cabinets were installed up to the 9' ceilings to add storage and make the space feel even bigger.
White shaker cabinets, paired with gray quartz countertops and a stainless steel apron front sink perfectly combines the styles of both homeowners for a beautiful, transitional space with traditional bones, yet both contemporary and rustic touches. It has the comfortable, homey feel the homeowners were looking to achieve.
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