A Kitchen Fit for a Family
Set on a wood lot, this family oriented home had a great floor plan, an abundance of natural light and a sub-par kitchen. The cabinetry and appliances were malfunctioning, the lighting was inadequate and the storage was inconvenient. By keeping the majority of the appliances in their original locations, the project costs were kept in check. Eliminating the peninsula not only allowed the sink counter run to be extended (and the dishwasher moved away from the range to the right side of the sink) but also allowed for a three sided island to fill in the awkward space between the support post and the kitchen where kids can now do homework and chat with mom and dad during meal preparation. Additional upgrades included eliminating the pantry with bi-fold doors in favor of a built-in pantry cabinet and adding the built-in convection microwave.
"Molly was great to work with during our kitchen remodel. She was knowledgeable, very well organized, and kept us in close communication throughout the process. We always felt like we knew what was going on, and could reach her easily (or hear back from her quickly). And our kitchen turned out just as nice as we pictured it would!" ~ Barb K.
Cabinetry: White painted MDF • Countertops: Quartz