Clients had a tight kitchen that could not be improved on spatially. A large wall cabinet was placed in the main walking space in the kitchen and disrupted the flow of all who used the kitchen. With it's removal we had to make up the storage space and add additional storage to make remodeling worthwhile.

Since the eating area was ample we were able to back the peninsula base cabinets with a row of 12" deep cabinet which made up for the wall cabinet removal. the countertop is now 36" deep and more useful for food preparation and buffet layout.

We removed the soffit over the old wall cabinets and installed full height cabinets to gain additional storage.

With the use of corner lazy Susan's and full height wall cabinets we were able to increase storage space by 65% while only using up 8% additional floor space.
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