Creating More Functional Space Without Adding On
The homeowners were feeling constricted in their outdated kitchen, so we opened up the space by removing a wall and merging two rooms to reconfigure the floor plan and make room for the large, welcoming island. The island not only invites conversation, but also creates a more functional work space.
Attention To Detail
Warm, rich wood tones take center stage in this design against the background of a neutral color palette. The vertical wood grain in the cabinetry is echoed with the vertical pencil-tile mosaic that energizes the space and continues all the way up to the ceiling.
“By removing a few walls, the builder helped these suburban Cleveland homeowners claim a former dining area for a much needed kitchen expansion. The new space features an abundant island with plenty of cabinetry and room for a large dining table to the right of the kitchen that is not visible in the photo.” – House Trends Magazine. ~ Home Trends Magazine 2009 Shoreby Club, Bratenahl, OH.
By choosing classic, contemporary elements such as the slab doors, sleek bar-pulls, and stainless steel apron front sink and appliances ~ we created a clean and updated look.