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This old house was filled with many doorways, closing off the space, while a closet blocked the main entrance into the kitchen. The closet was removed, the hallway was maximized for space, and the walls were opened up for better views into a much more functional and aesthetically pleasing kitchen.
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After: The hallway is opened up, no more closet to walk through. The paint colors and patched wood floors welcome people towards the kitchen.
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The walkway to the garage door is opened up, and complete with a new railing and key and mail niche.
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The hallway is now an interesting composition of angles and accent colors, creating an architecturally interesting, dramatic walkway.
“Using paint to add dimension” — maxmackey
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Natural birch cabinets in a shaker style make this kitchen a beautiful, timeless space.
“Small kitchen” — aus_ama
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To avoid the wood counter tops getting water damaged edges, we put a solid surface counter top at the sink, and made it into an apron front sink, complete with sil granite sink bowl by Blanco America.
“Sink” — marcimay
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The sil granite sink by Blanco America has a small section within it for prep space.
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A detail view of the solid surface counter top and apron front look.
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We caulked the edge between the solid surface and the wood tops to make for a water proofed surface.
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The warm tones of the wood floors, wood counter top, and birch cabinetry make this kitchen bright and welcoming. The contrast of the darker stained counter tops compliment the light natural birch cabinets.
“light cabinets” — dmiller91
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There was a small area under the counter top that the homeowners decided to use as cookbook storage, making use of every inch!
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Peninsula seating.
“if we keep the return, tuck 3 stools under?” — jen4276
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A gorgeous 6 panel pocket door in a craftsman style dresses up the new location for the small powder room, complete with sink!
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The powder bathroom, though small, is able to fit a wall mounted corner sink! An upgrade from the previous water closet that had no sink.
“Pocket door” — amy_c_solomon
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The kitchen is much more open to the dining room, making for easy conversation and entertaining.
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Glacier glass texture dresses up these pretty cabinets with every day dishes.
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A pull out spice rack next to the gas range creates efficient storage in a small space.
“Spice drawer” — mrsfitz75
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New tile, tub, and window.
“Tile bathroom” — Ursula Kolenovsky
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