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Kitchen islands increase storage and work surface. But the original High End Kitchen Cabinets island in this kitchen got only half that formula right. Sure, the stacked wall of cabinets offered plenty of storage, but its near floor-to-ceiling configuration meant you couldn’t see over it, and it didn’t provide space for prep work or serving meals. But the good thing about walls is that they can always be torn down. "Photos by Andrew Pece BEFORE: Here’s another partial look at the towering island, at the right of the photo. The cabinets were in good shape so O’Connor recycled them to be used in another home. Sanctuary Design, Inc.2AFTER: O’Connor completely reconfigured the kitchen layout, with priority given to opening up the space and High End Kitchen Cabinets spreading out the storage through a workhorse island. For example, she replaced a corner pantry with 36-inch-high base cabinets with pullouts on the side of the island that faces the sink. O’Connor and the homeowners agreed on a neutral white and gray palette that would offer flexibility in adding color through artwork and holiday accessories. To add visual interest, the designer played with color temperature and contrast. Cool tones in the white periphery cabinets and gray countertop encircle High End Kitchen Cabinets the warmer-toned gray island with light-beige quartzite countertop. Oversized pendant lights with coppery interiors and brass accents provide further warmth. “It may feel like a stretch for some clients, but dramatic lighting is probably the most user-friendly way to add big personality to a space,” O’Connor says. Refinished maple floors offer additional contrast. In lieu of traditional tables and chairs, a built-in banquette offers maximum space efficiency High End Kitchen Cabinets for the family’s frequent get-togethers; it can seat up to eight people. The homeowners lived on a boat early in their marriage and, inspired by boat storage efficiency, incorporated those ideas into the banquette design. Large under-seat drawers store larger items like serving dishes and paper towels. Pine shiplap on the walls and inset nautical drawer pulls offer subtle nods to the nautical style as well. For the backsplash, two rows of 3-by-6-inch white marble tiles stack in an offset pattern on High End Kitchen Cabinets a row of 4-by-6-inch white marble tiles, all capped by a marble profile trim. Above, a decorative border of marble tile with a hand-painted floral motif lends a graphic element. The decorative tile makes a more pronounced appearance above the six-burner range. Drawers underneath the range hide pots and pans. The custom wood hood has secret compartments. Its “panels” are actually doors that open to reveal stemware storage. For easy access, spice racks affix to the backs of the upper cabinet doors on each side of the range. Farther down the wall sit a built-in wall oven and steam oven. An open shelf on the island stores cookbooks. The slim tower in the background to the left of High End Kitchen Cabinets the banquette serves as a micro office of sorts, with a charging station, storage cubbies and drawers. Additionally, a portion of the banquette seating holds a standard-size filing cabinet. Sanctuary Design, Inc.1More storage is found on this end of the island. From this view, you can glimpse the subtle black glazing that was applied over the gray paint. The floor plan shows the newly reconfigured space. The banquette seating has since been built in. The door at the bottom of the drawing leads to the living room.An elevation view of the range wall shows the cabinet and door configuration. This elevation shows the sink wall High End Kitchen Cabinets and new island configuration."