This relatively spacious kitchen was chopped up by four doorways and a closet, interrupting any reasonable length of workspace. It also had a single countertop and a scattered collection of appliances that made the act of cooking a challenge. A simple circulation change and deletion of two of the four doors leading into the kitchen allowed for a significant increase in countertops and cabinets. Daylight was increased by extending the kitchen into an old pantry area and the addition of an east facing glass door to the new back porch. New cherry cabinets, satin finish granite countertops and an earthy linoleum floor provide a warm backdrop for cooking and a lively collection of Fiestaware.
Project Contractor: Hazel Point Company
Photos by Aaron Britton