A kitchen remodel and relocation of the powder room gave this 1920's old Portland style home a better flow. The wall between the kitchen and dining room was opened up to create a better connection between the two rooms and larger windows were put in to make for a light, airy kitchen.
A custom designed cabinet with glass on the front and sides keeps the space airy. The stainless refrigerator was built-in flush to the wall for a clean look.
The custom designed cabinet keeps things light and airy, as well as providing lots of extra storage.
The kitchen is now opened up to the dining room and french doors out to the deck. Walnut was chosen for the countertop on the island to contrast with the charcoal Caesarstone countertops. Painted shelves built-in to the wall provide glass storage close to the sink.