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Though the kitchen in this historic mid-1800s Georgian-style home had already been updated with many modern conveniences, the homeowners had a few bones to pick about the layout. For one, Finished Kitchen Cabinetsthe corner sink didn’t feel efficient in the space, and a small island offered limited workspace and no seating. They turned to designer Mimi Boston Johnson for help removing a stone wall, raising the ceiling, reworking the layout and transforming the dark, cramped space into something warm and bright that flowed with the rest of the home. "Kitchen at a Glance “After” photos by Alicia’s Art The new range sits between two existing double-hung windows, with a beautiful custom hood that creates a strong focal point. Since this historic house has multiple stone fireplaces, the stone veneer is a good fit. The backsplash also pays homage to a stone wall that was removed during the renovation. Large pots of water can easily be moved from this secondary sink to the cooktop. Finished Kitchen Cabinets When the homeowners entertain, they can fill the sink with ice for bottles of champagne or wine. The homeowners considered adding a panel front to their new Sub-Zero and Wolf side-by-side stainless refrigerator and freezer, but went for a more retro, industrial feel. The cabinet above the refrigerator holds holiday and seasonal items, like large lobster pots. The back side of the island has deep drawers for storage of pots as well as a dishwasher, the sink base and a trash center. Pieces of reclaimed wood on the sides and front of the island add Finished Kitchen Cabinets a rustic touch; legs on each end make the island look like a piece of furniture. A padded floral bench and two blue stools provide seating and a bright pop of color. “We wanted to seat four people but didn’t want too many stools,” says Johnson. “It would have looked too busy if we went strictly with stools.” Removing the stone wall that once separated the kitchen from the dining room (now the family room–living room) allowed more natural light to flood the kitchen. Removing the wall also improved the flow between the two spaces, and now the homeowners working in the kitchen have a way to check on Finished Kitchen Cabinets the kids or visit with guests when entertaining. Here’s a look at the walk-in pantry, which is vital because the kitchen doesn’t have much overhead cabinet storage. It also helped get the microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, blender and warming drawer out of the main space. “It really helped us avoid having a cluttered kitchen,” Johnson says. The breakfast table, where the family gathers for informal meals, sits between existing French doors. The custom wood table features a distressed top and is surrounded by re-covered chairs Finished Kitchen Cabinets finished in two different fabrics with color, pattern and a bit of sheen. These “before” and “after” floor plans show the transformation of the dark, cramped kitchen into a more efficient space made for modern family living." A young couple’s obsession with midcentury design and cooking drove this kitchen remodel in an 80-year-old home in Ottawa, Ontario. The designer of the space, Nathan Kyle of Astro Design Finished Kitchen Cabinets Centre, says the area was originally carved into three separate rooms, and each one had a different floor level. The project was a feat of engineering as well as design.Photography Doublespace Photography "Astro Design CentreThe 1950s-era house had two later additions constructed where the kitchen now sits. In some cases there were more than 3 inches’ difference in the floor levels. A 23-foot support beam was needed when the walls came down between the rooms. That communal entertaining style inspired Kyle to design two islands, one Finished Kitchen Cabinets for food preparation and the other for plating and dining (Kyle likens it to a chef’s table in a restaurant). Because of the desire for many cooks in the 400-square-foot kitchen, the designer eliminated the traditional work triangle. Instead he created cooking, preparing, cleaning, mixing and working zones. Finished Kitchen Cabinets This way the people in the kitchen need never squeeze past each other, let alone bump into each other.Astro Design CentreThe bar has storage for all kinds of beverages — wine, liquor, coffee — and their accoutrements. The husband, a coffee connoisseur, appreciates the espresso machine with a constant water feed that refills automatically. By keeping the cabinets under the counter, the designers could add windows for views to the backyard. They also added small cubbies beneath the cooktop to store small tools of the trade: Finished Kitchen Cabinets spatulas, tongs and potholders. At the back of the kitchen, walnut shelves and a desktop give people a place to perch and check emails or recipes."