Capozzi Design Group
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Transitional kitchen

This was a typical 1960's bungalow which included a galley kitchen and tiny mudroom . The challenge was to create a single space that flowed, and incorporated all appliances a gourmet cook would want. Including space for all food stuffs and gadgets.
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April 18, 2013
barbarad wrote:
Sink depth and counter depth - What's the strategy behind the shallow sink and the larger counter depth of the sink area? It looks wonderful but also like it would be more ergonomically correct. Is that the driver here?
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The sink is a standard depth. We pulled the cabinetry forward for two reasons,. It certainly does offer a additional counter space. Aesthetically, it looks great because it lines up with the large windows. It helps to frame and center the space. Thanks for the question!
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