Classic white transitional kitchen with clean neutral finishes makes this space feel fresh.
What We Did
A sunken living room was built up to allow for great flow through the entire space. Corner windows were removed and a nice big window installed in their place which allowed for relocation of the work triangle. The dining nook became an extension of the kitchen with this clever angled peninsula.
We also designed spacious access the french door out to the homeowners lovely deck and backyard. Access to a formal dining space is between the fridge and wall ovens. The use of a wide frame flat panel door that has a small amount of detail, island back panels and the slightly detailed crown moulding really achieves a lovely clean classic look.
What We Used
Door Style: Rosedale
Cabinet Color: Iceberg on Maple
What We Love
We made great use of the old breakfast nook area to allow for loads more counter space as well as some informal seating If you have another dining area it's a nice idea to expand the kitchen in this way.