Our long time friends have owned this multi-generational home for over a decade. But with a growing family, this house needed some key updates to the community spaces.
Their first request was for modernized cabinetry and a better flow to their kitchen layout. We got rid of a corner sink cabinet, replaced the dishwasher with draw units, and scaled back the cabinet at the end of the kitchen to free up movement into the open dining and living area. The kids love to run through this galley kitchen and back around to the living room, these key changes eliminated a major traffic jam when working in the kitchen.
We added a mini bar to the left of the refrigerator which amplified and redeveloped the organization and use of their kitchen. In order to allow more light to pool through without having to move or add windows, we eliminated the upper cabinets on one side of the room and installed floating shelves that pull warm wood tones from the oak floors.
The laundry room was moved from the mudroom to the ground level, and we added custom seating and storage built by Island Designs. Now the entry of the home feels less cramped as we created space for every little thing to have a home. New modern fixtures, tile, and cabinetry in the bathrooms gave this home a custom touch that will be enjoyed by many generations to come.
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