The back deck is 14 feet by 8 feet. it was really kind of between both of us we kind of walked through the spaces and they had some good ideas and we kind of put them together and went from there. We didn't do any drawings and we did some initial. Simple plans. That was an architect his personal house and showed them the cabinet finishes. Ripped white oak cabinets. We always considered opening up the front and back to make it del more open
These are rift white oak. They are custom made. We have a local builder. We use the same cabinet building for every job. They have some original rift white oak in the house that are original as accent wall. Formal dining room. That's the only area that we can. The beverage center. That was pretty much it. Refinished all the hardwood. The kitchen used to be a linoleum. That's the front door. New front door. Walnut. Custom made front door. The blinds are wood. Wine fridge and storage on the right and left. pull out drawers in there. Exposed brick was there. Repainted it all.
Narrow reed window. That's original to the house. that's original glass. We tried to mimic the glass on the front door. YOu see the same horizontal lines in the door if you look really close. The lights in the kitchen. These had these really lights that were original that didn't put out a lot of lighting. Tight budget and didn't want to go canned lighting so we got these surface mounted cubed lights that put out light and LED. Tiny light over sink recessed light and also hanging shelf tiny one inch puck lights. we did lighting really minimal. Really just update it and keep it original and not try and make it. One inch lights are a lot in our mid century and surface. No interrupting roofline in ceiling with holes