Bullseye Wood designed the layout and cabinetry of this kitchen. The kitchen renovation included the removal of an interior wall to open up the tight space. New design includes dine in peninsula, custom shaker cherry cabinetry with a honey stain, wine rack, pull-out trash, 30" wall cabinets with 18" cabinet above, two glass display doors, architectural crown, faux cabinet with louvered door to enclose a steam radiator and another faux cabinet to enclose a dumb waiter and electric panel. The owner of this DC Co-Op chose to select her own tile, granite and general contractor for the project.
Photo: Jason Jasienowski