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Samantha LeVine and Mike Salmon’s small and dysfunctional kitchen had them waffling about whether to move to a bigger house, add on or manage with what they had. After Discount Kitchen Units years of living with busted hinges, glideless drawers that didn’t open and close properly, a lack of counter space and storage, and awkward free-standing appliances, the avid cooks decided to work within their kitchen’s 110-square-foot footprint. Designer Michelle Ruber put the focus on storage, function and eco-friendly materials. "Photos by Michelle Ruber AFTER: “I’m not sure exactly what to call the style of this kitchen,” Ruber says. The Shaker-style cabinets, blackened steel drawer pulls and subwayesque tiles nod to farmhouse style, while the stainless steel appliances, color palette and clean lines skew modern. Using local vendors and materials, such as Douglas fir, also make it distinctly Pacific Northwest and environment-friendly. The result is a Discount Kitchen Units mashup we decided to call Eco-Modern Farmhouse (please let us know in the Comments if you come up with a name that has a little more flair!). At the top of LeVine and Salmon’s wish list was a large sink with a tall arched faucet that could accommodate big pots and pans. This kitchen also got its first dishwasher out of the renovation. “That was a really big deal for them,” Ruber says. In addition to the skylight, lots of new energy-efficient LED can lights on the ceiling and mounted under the cabinets, as well as a new pendant, brighten the room. Because they’re on Discount Kitchen Units dimmers, they can change the room’s ambience. BEFORE: The Douglas fir countertop was at counter height. Ruber considered taking over the jutting portion behind it for the kitchen. However, on the other side is one of the only precious closets in the 844-square-foot 1905 bungalow. Encircle Design and Build6AFTER: The designer reused the fir counter but raised it to bar height. After sanding, it matched the color of the Douglas fir cabinets and will patinate in concert with the cabinet wood. “Everyone tends to gather in the kitchen, and bar height is great for Discount Kitchen Units leaving out hors d’oeuvres or wine and glasses,” she says. BEFORE: On the right side of this photo, you can catch a glimpse of an old chimney chase that contained the ductwork jutting into the room. Ruber was able to gain a few square feet of space by using smaller ductwork and rerouting it to the back of the aforementioned precious closet. “The new Discount Kitchen Units ductwork only takes up about 10 inches, so it was a good compromise,” she says. Encircle Design and Build2AFTER: By removing the chimney chase, Ruber was able to make a more functional space for the appliances. Previously, there hadn’t been any counter space along this wall. “Before, the free-standing appliances left a lot of dead space,” she says. Now there’s space on both sides of the range. The new layout also has a dedicated drinks area over the Discount Kitchen Units refrigerator, with vertical storage for wine bottles, and horizontal storage for spirits and bitters."