Gore Street Residence

This project for a young couple with their first child involved renovation of the kitchen, dining room, mudroom, and entry area. The kitchen and dining room arrangement is intended to support a couple who love to cook, entertain, and enjoy being with friends and family.
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Looking across the kitchen you can see the wood island top. Around the cooking surface there is a stone inlay co-planar with the wood top. photos, Horne Visual Media, http://www.hornevisual.com/
“Countertops” — alicia8008
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This private residence has an entry hall that empties into the dining room and kitchen space. Just out of frame to the left is a mudroom, and a pocket door separates this entry space from the dining and kitchen room beyond, providing separation in colder months. photos, Horne Visual Media, http://www.hornevisual.com/
“entryway that might work with small space” — Mary Cooper
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Entering the dining room from the mudroom, you can see the custom liquor cabinet (straight ahead in the image). photos, Horne Visual Media, http://www.hornevisual.com/
“The Small quaint bar nested next to the kitchen” — Jennifer Neville
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Looking across the dining room, you can see the kitchen for this young couple that regularly entertains. The design challenge was to provide a combined kitchen and dining room space that could be home to cooking, entertaining, and being with friends. photos, Horne Visual Media,
“G” — diamondeve60
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Looking across the dining room, you can see into the kitchen beyond. The cooktop is located in the island, as the owner loves to entertain and cook for friends and family. At right, you can see the custom liquor cabinet. photos, Horne Visual Media, http://www.hornevisual.com/
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The cooktop, island, and hood are seen at left. At the right is a deep sink, with tile wall up to the ceiling and storage for cooking implements. photos, Horne Visual Media, http://www.hornevisual.com/
“Tiles, island, floors, cabinets” — as1241
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View of kitchen looking across the island. photos, Horne Visual Media, http://www.hornevisual.com/
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View of kitchen looking across the island. photos, Horne Visual Media, http://www.hornevisual.com/
“Pot rack” — mariejomadore
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