Former Family Room, New Kitchen

Client and Interior Designer Allison Baskes always liked the size, connection to the back yard, and natural light in the family room of the house that we designed for her family several years ago, so 10 years later, she decided to switch the kitchen into that space.The result is an expanded kitchen that has become a bright new activity center of the house.
Others who worked on this project: FRICANO CONSTRUCTION CO
Allison's Kitchen - The old switcheroo
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Calcutta gold tiles, walnut shelves and cabinetry, a white farm sink and a raw steel and glass sliding panel system make for a layered look in the new kitchen. Photography - Eric Hausman
“open shelving” — chantal interiors
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Kitchen island and engaged teak topped and steel legged kitchen table distinguish prep and eating areas Photography - Eric Hausman
“wall of glass windows /doors” — julia ratterman-boryla
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Custom built raw range hood matches sliding panels and pendant light to anchor the kitchen. Photography - Eric Hausman
“The layout. Clean modern design.” — mckimbarnes
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built in desk and storage cabinets activate the wall opposite the kitchen working area Photography - Eric Hausman
“another view of window - closer” — Janine Blackwell
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Pantry wall opposite cooking area screens mudroom beyond Photography - Eric Hausman
“kitchen” — chantal interiors
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New family (to the right) in the old kitchen space and Dining Room with sliding wood and glass doors lead to kitchen beyond. Photography - Eric Hausman
“glass wall partition” — julia ratterman-boryla
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