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Old homes come with a lot of character — just not a lot Kitchen Cabinet Boxes of modern conveniences. The kitchen in Edward and Lauren Monovich’s 1899 home in Belmont, Massachusetts, was more chopped up than a chef’s salad. The sink and refrigerator sat in a dark room separate from the range and breakfast table, while a separate mudroom and powder room disrupted traffic flow to the backyard. The couple worked with designer Andrea Morton to bring in light, color and cohesiveness, transforming the kitchen into a user-friendly space that offers better access to the backyard and has a fun retro style with lively green walls. "“After” photos by Patrick Rogers Photography AFTER: Morton reconfigured the space by incorporating the former mudroom and Kitchen Cabinet Boxes powder room into the kitchen as a window-wrapped dining area. (A mudroom and full bath were established in the far-back-right corner space once occupied by the sink and fridge. See floor plan below for more.) Morton incorporated the family’s existing stainless steel range into the updated kitchen, and paired a new farmhouse sink with the existing stainless steel dishwasher. Above the range sits a custom painted wood hood enclosure designed to match the surrounding cabinetry. The duct for the hood hides inside the cabinet above, with enough room left in the cabinet to store bottles of oil and vinegar. BEFORE: This view shows how the range previously sat isolated next to the breakfast Kitchen Cabinet Boxes table, far from the sink and refrigerator in another room. The open doorway leads to the front entry. The door on the right leads down to the basement.aMortonDesignAFTER: This view, looking in the same direction as above, shows how Morton put the range on the other side of the room and created a new pantry hutch in its place. A combination of cabinets and drawers for storing pots and pans and the family’s trash and recycling pullouts are also in the island. Open shelves display family collectibles.aMortonDesignThe new pantry hutch includes custom upper glass doors with inlay and a colorful backsplash featuring ceramic tiles with a metallic glaze. Two Kitchen Cabinet Boxes lift-up cabinets flanking the backsplash store small appliances. “Having this concentrated area of storage allowed us to have an open feel for the kitchen without sacrificing storage,” Morton says. This view from the new breakfast area shows how reclaimed heart pine planks on the wall help unify the space. “We love wood and spend a lot of time in Switzerland, where mountain huts have a lot of this kind of wood shiplap on the walls and floors,” Edward says. “The inspiration came from that experience.” The vintage chrome-and-Formica table and chairs were some of the couple’s first purchases Kitchen Cabinet Boxes after they married. The new full bathroom sits off the dining area in part of the space once occupied by the sink and fridge. The new mudroom has a bench with pullout storage bins below, as well as cubbyholes and iron hooks that were original to the house. aMortonDesignThis view from the backyard shows the deck off the new dining area. “A connection to the rear yard was a crucial component to this project,” Morton says. Before PhotoBEFORE: As Kitchen Cabinet Boxes this floor plan of the original layout shows, the kitchen was chopped up, with the refrigerator and sink in a separate room, shown at the bottom left. The main space, top right, featured the dining table and range. A small powder room and mudroom, bottom right, cut the kitchen off from the backyard, bottom, and limited the amount of natural light coming into the kitchen.AFTER: By incorporating the old powder room and mudroom, Morton created space for a new breakfast area and multipurpose center island. Moving the range to the other side Kitchen Cabinet Boxes of the room also allowed the relocated sink and range to enjoy a close connection. The result: “a space that in both form and function matches our personality and needs,” Edward says."