Seeking a simpler layout with improved storage and a lighter look, we hired designer Kate Roos and builder Mitch Tuthill. The remodeling team added his 64 square feet to the floor plan by removing walls and incorporating spaces from the back door and bathroom to create breathing room to reconfigure the layout. An island with rich walnut countertops is the new star of the space, adding warmth and establishing an efficient working triangle and breezy traffic lanes. Creamy white cabinetry adds warmth , paired with crisp white backsplash tiles to enhance the light from the new windows for a bright and welcoming style worthy of a 1903 home.
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Creamy Cabinets and a Walnut Island Top
By roseemNo Comments1 Min Read
There were some elements Luke and Christy Kujawa hated in their previous 151-square-foot kitchen. At the top of the list was a confusing layout with clumsy traffic routes and wasted space. Kujawas couldn’t even open the dishwasher and oven at the same time. And that says nothing about the aging oak cabinets, dark green granite countertops, and worn wood floors.