Kitchen 95 Gallery
In a twenty year old kitchen, the family felt confined and without enough counter and storage space, and nowhere to eat breakfast informally. We reconfigured the kitchen to bump it further into the family room in order to add a breakfast counter, we installed larger cabinetry to utilize space above, and wrapped the cabinets all the way around the extended counter. This more than doubled the storage space available to them, and increased the efficiency of the space they had. Removing the tall pantry cabinet next to the window opened up the space visually, and the eating counter gives it definition separating it from the family room. There is additional pantry space nextto the refrigerator. There is also more lighting making the kitchen feel larger in spite of the darker color palette.