Sue and Mike Rachlin knew they would need to remodel the kitchen in their 1964-vintage ranch when they bought their home in 2001. The home’s galley kitchen was too small, outdated and poorly equipped for their needs.
“I’m somewhat of a gourmet cook and I love to sped time in the kitchen,” Sue says. “The kitchen was just too cramped to work in. The appliances, particularly the electric cook-top, were really sub-standard. Worse, the double ovens in the wall were a turquoise color,” she says.
In additions, there was no room to sit down and enjoy a casual meal or just enjoy a cup of coffee. The only option was to sit in the formal dining room. For a couple that enjoyed spending time in the kitchen, it just didn’t work….<Read More>