This kitchen was previously enclosed by a wall, with archway, for access to the living and dining room area. It had a small opening, above the sink, to the dining room as well. We removed the wall and opened the sink wall to the living area. The homeowner loved her existing floor tile so we created a palette of colors to complement and not compete with it. Though the kitchen is compact we maximized storage space (corner pantry cabinet, 4 drawer bank, lazy susan, and taller uppers), while opening up the space. The granite countertops, white subway backsplash with vertical mosaic band, and white beaded inset cabinets are nice and bright. The milk glass pendants provide extra lighting and a focal point above the sink.