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“These homeowners wanted their kitchen to feel light, bright and colorful,” says Kitchen Cabinet Finishes interior designer Roisin Giese. “They are all about using color and pattern, which isn’t all that typical here in New England.” But there was no need for a total gut job, as the layout worked well for the young family, and the appliances, countertops, flooring, sinks and cabinets were in great shape. Painting the cabinets; refinishing the floor; replacing the lighting, hardware and backsplash; and adding a comfortable banquette and useful pantry cabinets resulted in a refreshed, cheerful kitchen that’s now everyone’s favorite spot in the house. "“After” photos by Joyelle West After. Over the island a significant new light fixture adds shine. “We had to look hard Kitchen Cabinet Finishes for just the right light because these ceilings are not high and the island is long,” Giese says. “This one really does it all, with its beautiful brass that works so well with the blue and lots of bulbs to brighten things up, and it doesn’t block the view across the kitchen.” The new breakfast nook is enjoyed by the family and their guests. “Our clients grew up in India, so that influence came in through the colors and patterns, like the one on the banquette, which fits in [with] New England but also nods to India,” Giese says. The seat fabric is a durable vinyl, and the fabric on Kitchen Cabinet Finishes the banquette back has been treated to stand up to spills. A beautiful blue transformed the cherry cabinets. A new backsplash adds another pattern. “These tiles were a great find — they are hand-painted terra-cotta tile,” Giese says. “They tie everything together. The blue picks up on the cabinet color, the black picks up on the countertops, and the color on the edges picks up on the cinnabar of the bench seat.” A new cabinet or two can make a big difference in the kitchen. The designers added two Kitchen Cabinet Finishes pantry cabinets next to the banquette on the unused wall. “They have a pantry closet off the kitchen, but it’s not that close. This spot is more accessible,” Giese says. “They love to entertain and loved the idea of a coffee-tea station so that they can set it up and their guests can serve themselves.” The living room is open to the kitchen and was part of the project. In the back corner you can see an entry, so they placed a console table for keys and mail. The son decorates the bulletin with his Kitchen Cabinet Finishes art; a nearby stool allows him to reach it. Although it was a money saver, repurposing was not a decision made based upon budget constraints; it was common sense. “Why would we throw out all sorts of things that were working so well?” Giese asks."