When the owners of this eat-in kitchen in a c. 1910 Cape contacted me, they were ready to transform it from a tired, cluttered look to a bright and clean aesthetic in keeping with their more modern taste. Plus, they needed more storage; they had been storing pots and pans in the oven. In the reconfigured renovated gray-and-white kitchen, we moved the stove/oven to a new island generous enough to accommodate seating for four, which freed up space for full-height cabinetry storage in the location of a former corner table. A PentalQuartz countertop in Arabescato, white Shaker-style overlay cabinets by Showplace, and a porcelain and glass mosaic backsplash tile from Lauzon help the modest kitchen sparkle and to feel more expansive. Happily, the oven is now available for cooking rather than storage.