Today a fabulous kitchen remodel!
This kitchen remodel was designed for a family that was downsizing and moving to a new home so they could live closer to their young grandchildren.
The original kitchen was from the 1970’s. There were two new appliances which were kept: the drawer style Fischer Paykel dishwasher and the Sub-Zero double door refrigerator. The refrigerator got new door panels to match the new cherry cabinets as part of the remodel.
And *magically* (we didn’t have to endure the weeks of dust), it transforms to this…
The position of the original cook-top was maintained but replaced with a new gas unit and a down-draft venting system.
The most interesting feature of this custom designed kitchen are the two glass counters; the higher one faces the dining area and is perfect for serving guests, the other, lower, swoosh shaped counter is convenient for serving the grandchildren their lunch.
As well, the refrigerator and the new double wall oven were repositioned to make the kitchen function more efficiently.
Additional storage was created by adding cabinet space and access doors under the high glass counter to stash those seldom used but necessary kitchen items.
A wet bar and wine refrigerator were added on the wall opposite the low counter to serve cocktails and other refreshment.
Many thanks to Beryn Hammil of Beryn Hammil Designs for this gorgeous kitchen tour!
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