West Hartford Cape, circa 1950

A different approach- we ended up building the kitchen in what used to be the dining room. By opening the two spaces together, it made a relatively modest home feel much larger. It also capitalized on the nice view to the rear of the property and their beautiful pool to the side.

Granite is Verde Peacock by Elemar
1950's West Hartford Cape
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Like that Miami Vice laminate? In this situation, we built the new kitchen in what was formerly the seldom utilized dining room. This gave the homeowners a great view, allowed them to monitor children in the pool and allowed us to keep the old kitchen functional until the new one was complete.
1950's West Hartford Cape
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“projected sink cabinet” — crnaskater
1950's West Hartford Cape
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We built a custom dining area with bench storage.
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