The focus of this project was to remove several walls, or partial walls, and open the small kitchen to the living areas, creating a much larger space with better flow for family living and entertaining. Floor-to-ceiling and counter-to-ceiling cabinets emphasize the ceiling height and add much needed storage. The choice of flat panel cabinets and sleek hardware created a more modern, contemporary space.
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This "before" photo shows the cramped kitchen space. The laundry and pantry is behind the kitchen which forces traffic through the kitchen space for non-cooking activities.
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"Before" showing the wall separating the Kitchen from the adjoining areas.
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The laundry was moved to another area by the rear home entry which opened up the space for better use for this family of four. Removing the wall between the kitchen and bar area also allowed for a nice size island and pulled the bar area into the functional area of this space. Interior design and photos by Catherine Boardman/Cathy Barkley.
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This wall hung serving area adds to the warmth of the dining area while providing convenient storage for plates and serving trays. Interior design and photos by Catherine Boardman/Cathy Barkley.
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Interior design and photos by Catherine Boardman/Cathy Barkley
“The plan, island appliances, soapstone countertop” — bankser
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Interior design and photos by Cathy Barkley/Catherine Boardman
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Interior design and photos by Cathy Barkley/Catherine Boardman
“Wet bar” — efauver
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