By swapping the dining room and kitchen spaces, we created a functional light-filled kitchen, an elegant dining area, and a place for coats next to the door from the garage.
By removing hallway and dining/living room walls in this modular home, we created a spacious redesigned kitchen. Check out the thoughtful integration of old flooring with new, custom-built storage in the family room, and an accessible light-filled shower.
A cramped dark kitchen became light-filled, with more than ample cabinet storage. We opened the kitchen to the living area, added an eating nook that wraps around an existing chimney, and built a mudroom under an existing deck.
This hardworking room deftly balances work, storage, and circulation space. We removed an unused chimney and relocated the basement door to bring two separate rooms together.
Dark cherry cabinets contrast with light countertops and neutral stone tile to create a clean look for this newly functional design.
Without expanding the footprint or changing the basic layout of this room, we created a bright new space that includes a bit of separation between the kitchen and the entry.