Blossom Hill Kitchen

This design-build project included moving the basement stairs to alleviate an extremely steep staircase to the finished basement. Other structural changes were made to create a pass-through area to the living room to make the space feel larger and be more conducive to entertaining and family gatherings. And last but surely not least, we designed a highly functional kitchen layout.
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“pantry in far left corner” — stuhouse
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“muur” — swkp
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“copper sink” — vollmar4
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“Sink and hardware” — Ria Lanzetta DiMartino
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“Nice organizer” — thomasdonna
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“Cabinets” — jbahnj
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“J” — khhartman
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“Cabinet in opening.” — lainiebond
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Old Kitchen & First Floor Plan
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