Sitting in a quiet neighborhood with well-established bungalows, trees, and neighbors, this home was a perfect candidate for an update that would freshen it well into the foreseeable future. Like most homes built in the mid-20's the rooms are smaller and tend to lack natural light. We set out to open up the kitchen space, while simultaneously making it a brighter and more enjoyable space.
Reconfiguring the space around the kitchen created room for a coffee bar and baking center within easy reach of the kitchen. Upgraded appliances were all neatly tucked into designated spaces, providing an ideal layout and a very efficient kitchen work space. A recycle center, a pull-out cooking rack, and deep drawers for pots and pans are among the hidden features that make this space so efficient. A corner sink with its own unique features is a favored highlight of this design.
The white painted cabinets are accented by near-black solid surface counters and a neutral gray tile backsplash. Undercabinet lighting and open space for colorful display items all serve to brighten the area and make the space more cheerful.