After 20 years of living in this split foyer home in Vienna, VA this couple were ready to have to total overhaul of their residence. Given that this house was built in late 70’s, windows were small, partition walls separating Foyer to Living room and kitchen, light was limited. The old kitchen was separated by walls from dining room and covered in gold vinyl floor and dark oak cabinetry. The wanted all to disappear.
She owned a large grand piano and loves to play it for company. Having it in a conservatory was her dream.
The wall between Kitchen and old dining room was removed. This made it possible to expand the kitchen into old dining room and have a breakfast area. A large triple window was installed over the sink bringing lots of natural light into this kitchen.
A set of glass front hutches were placed on both side of new dining room entrance.
All plumbing and gas line, as well as duct work were relocated for new appliances location. The east wall this kitchen has been occupied with a 60” Viking stove and wood mantel Hood making it the focal point and prizing wining attraction. He wanted this huge stove for long time and now it was time to deliver.
New plumbing was added for Island prep. sink making it possible for couple to spend their times cooking together.
The south wall of the kitchen now taken over with a large 48” built in Fridge and couple of floor to ceiling pantries for added storage space.
Burgundy finish cherry cabinetry covered over by unique marble and matching full backsplash makes this project outstanding.
Now this couple is more willing than ever to entertain, cook and have friends gather around the piano.