Kitchen: The kitchen was small and closed in, typical of a home built in the 1930’s. There was very limited cabinet space and heat was being provided by radiators. We tackled this phase by opening up the kitchen by building a half wall between the kitchen and dining room, adding a down draft range, in-floor heat, and moving appliances to add cabinetry. Each and every cabinet was well thought out with a purpose for organization and function. Included were amenities such as rollout shelves, elevated mixer shelf, and a narrow pantry cabinet for spice storage. Miele convection & steam ovens were added to promote healthy eating and the lifestyle the homeowners desired. Additional lighting was added with recessed cans, under cabinet lighting, along with a Spanish influence wall sconce and hanging pendant, all controlled by the home integration system that’s remotely located in the lower level to eliminate cluttered light switches in this small space.
A gorgeous, custom Marvin round top entry door was added to connect the interior entry with the newly landscaped back yard & paver patio.