Despite the intense work that went into gutting and updating this home's upstairs and basement bathroom, the kitchen remains the showstopper. Originally, the space was extremely cramped and cut off from the family and dining rooms. To open the space up, our team removed the wall dividing the living room and added a peninsula completed with a sink, mini fridge, dishwasher, and room for seating. It also helped brighten the space up by allowing natural light in. We also added a few more creative solutions.
When it came to the dining room, the floors were uneven, and the space felt unconnected due to its origins as an addition. Our team helped make it feel a little more seamless and added a built-in banquet seat to help remove the need for bulky chairs. The finished product creates three separate spaces that still flow and feel connected.