Swapping Spaces Within a Kensington Single-Level Footprint
The desire to integrate a kitchen with an existing family room led to flipping the interior master bedroom space for the kitchen space that faced into a lovely front garden. With a wall opened, the new kitchen now accesses the family room at one end, and a formal dining room at the other. The new bedroom, complete with en suite bath, looks into the private hedged garden, accessible through French doors.
Multi-Functional Kitchen Storage Wall
Shallow-depth wall cabinetry creates maximum use of minimal space, including elevated niche desk with chair (far left), pantry, shelving, and wine storage and beverage prep counter with integral lighting. The cabinetry created needed storage while preserving open circulation and space for the homeowner's desired kitchen island.
Neutral and uncomplicated tile choices promote a feeling of spaciousness in the small corner shower, appointed with frame-less enclosure, seating ledge and niches.
Space-Saving Angled Shower
In a small bathroom, a 4'-6" tub freed just enough space to add a corner-configuration shower. Wood flooring throughout the home and into the bathroom adds elegance and a spacious feeling.