Contemporary Transitional Kitchen with Extra Large IslandTraditional Kitchen, Miami
When designer Wendy Raizin and her husband moved to a home in the suburbs with their two children, they knew the kitchen would be the first thing to go. It was dark with dated brown cabinets and black granite throughout. They wanted a light and airy space where family and friends could hang out. First requirement was an extra large island for the kids to do homework. In the interest of time and budget, they chose to rip out the black granite backsplash and island top, but recycle and reuse a portion of the granite on the back countertop only. The lower cabinets were refaced with new white doors and polished nickel pulls. Since the island was small and out of proportion with the kitchen, they decided to demo and build a new, more efficient one. The new island is 9 1/2' wide x 4' deep with storage pullouts and a white marble 4"thick top. They traded traditional upper cabinets for open shelving and built a full wall of storage around the integrated double refrigerator.. Michael Staveridis
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