The existing 70's styled kitchen needed a complete makeover. The original kitchen and family room wing included a rabbit warren of small rooms with an awkward angled family room separating the kitchen from the formal spaces.
The new space plan required moving the angled wall two feet to widen the space for an island. The kitchen was relocated to what was the original family room enabling direct access to both the formal dining space and the new family room space.
The large island is the heart of the redesigned kitchen, ample counter space flanks the island cooking station and the raised glass door cabinets provide a visually interesting separation of work space and dining room.
The contemporized Arts and Crafts style developed for the space integrates seamlessly with the existing shingled home. Split panel doors in rich cherry wood are the perfect foil for the dark granite counters with sparks of cobalt blue.
Dave Adams Photography