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When you’ve got young kids who like to spread their toys and art supplies out in the kitchen, the last thing you want is your space to feel even more cramped. Pete and Cecile Blois’ kitchen in their 1913 Craftsman home had low-hanging lights that intruded on head space and low-hanging cabinets that Kitchen Cabinet Shop crowded the countertop area. Not ideal for them and their almost 3-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter who like to hang out in the kitchen. "“After” photos by Julie Mannell Photography AFTER: Floating open shelves replace some of the upper cabinets to add more airiness to the room. The new custom walnut veneer upper cabinets were painted white to make the space feel less heavy, while the bottom walnut cabinets and drawers have a stain. “When I do a kitchen for a family with young kids, I’ll do upper cabinets in white for when the homeowners want a white kitchen but keep the lower cabinets darker Kitchen Cabinet Shop so they don’t show fingerprints,” Morris says. “It’s a good trick that makes a difference.” Undercabinet lighting helps light task areas. Hidden recessed outlets prevent disruption of the attractive 3-by-6-inch marble tile backsplash set in a herringbone pattern. The tile complements the polished quartz countertops that resemble white marble with subtle gray undertones. The undermount single-bowl white enameled cast-iron sink includes a sink rack and Kitchen Cabinet Shop custom-fit walnut cutting board that allows work directly over the sink. This view highlights a seating area with solid walnut banquette that includes a built-in bench with drawers and a lift-up storage area with soft-close hinge. Morris removed a small wall to open this space up. She wrapped a remaining structural post in walnut to complement the cabinets, beam and white oak floor with Swedish finish. “It’s one of my favorite details of the space,” Morris says. Alinda Morris Interior Design LLCCecile made the table herself. The modern saucer bubble light above the banquette hangs higher than the Kitchen Cabinet Shop traditional 30 inches above the table, to help the space feel more open. “It’s more of a ceiling fixture than a pendant,” Morris says. A new tall window and an upgraded skylight bathes the area in natural light. Alinda Morris Interior Design LLCA cabinet between the dining area and fridge stores the kids’ art supplies. On the other side of the refrigerator stands a pantry with rollout shelves, a broom closet and a designated storage area for the kids with a cubbyhole that has a shelf above and drawers below.Alinda Morris Interior Design LLCA frosted glass and fir Dutch door leads to the backyard. Cecile made the wood rail with wire to display the kids’ artwork. The Kitchen Cabinet Shop door to the right leads down to the basement and Cecile’s woodworking shop. These floor plans show the functional layout of the new space, with cooking and prep zones, storage and user-friendly circulation paths. “This kitchen has a lot of utility to it, something Kitchen Cabinet Shop in a space so open and airy,” Morris says."