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Ross and Suzie Small of Yorktown, Virginia, both love spending time Kitchen Cupboards Prices in their mostly perennial garden with azaleas, elephant ears and gardenias. But with only a tiny window over their kitchen sink, the couple felt cut off from their backyard. Their aging kitchen’s difficult layout with no center island also made preparing daily meals and entertaining a chore. The empty-nest couple thought a kitchen addition and a total remodel of the first floor of their four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath Colonial home would give them the views and space they wanted.But kitchen designer Ebony Stephenson of Criner Kitchen Cupboards Prices Remodeling could see that the couple could accomplish their goals and save money by adding a bay window bump-out that would create a better connection with their garden and a bit more floor space. Removing a wall between the kitchen and existing dining room would allow room for a new center island with seating and storage. These key design decisions plus the use of rich, natural materials — including a tumbled travertine tile backsplash, alder cabinets and an African walnut Kitchen Cupboards Prices floor — have created a rustic but elegant transitional kitchen with better flow, style and views. "Kitchen at a Glance “After” photos by A. Tatum Photography This long shot of the kitchen looks towards the family room (seen in the rear). A new desk area, located off a sliding door that leads to the new deck outside, gives Suzie a place to pay bills. BEFORE: This photo of the existing kitchen sink window surrounded by heavy upper cabinets illustrates the limited view Ross and Suzie previously had. “We were cut off from not just the garden, but the birds and all the activity in the backyard too,” says Suzie.Criner RemodelingAFTER: The 2½-foot-deep bay Kitchen Cupboards Prices window bump-out includes an 80-inch-wide picture window flanked by two 30-inch-wide double-hung windows that provide ventilation. “The space is incredible,” says Suzie. “It’s a small bump-out, but it makes a huge difference.” To save money, Venetian Ice granite with a standard edge treatment was chosen for the perimeter counters. A more expensive Black Galaxy granite with an ogee edge for the island top provides nice Kitchen Cupboards Prices contrast and definition. The tumbled travertine tile backsplash behind the kitchen’s wine bar has an oil-rubbed-bronze trim for an elegant and rustic look. The base of the wine bar includes the wine refrigerator and two angled 13-inch-deep cabinets. The cabinet on the left in this photo holds snacks, while the cabinet on the Kitchen Cupboards Prices right provides storage for the couple’s mixer and other small appliances and kitchen essentials. Ross and Suzie incorporated their existing stainless Samsung refrigerator into the design of the updated kitchen, and it was placed next to the kitchen’s new microwave and wall oven. Two drawers below the ovens offer storage for trays and cookie sheets. The same green color used for the wine bar was also used for the island’s base, which Kitchen Cupboards Prices features pullout racks for spices and oils that are accessible on both sides of the cooktop.Criner RemodelingThe kitchen’s attractive hammered-copper sink was the first item Suzie picked out for the kitchen, and it inspired the rustic look of the space. “I saw it in a friend’s house, and I thought it was so unique and functional,” she says. “I can get a big frying pan in there to soak without tipping.” To the left of the sink, a two-tier garbage center pullout has a top drawer for Kitchen Cupboards Prices plastic liners, foil and storage bags, with the garbage can and recyclables bin below. Eight shelves set at different heights create the kitchen’s user-friendly pantry cabinet. The couple saved money by going with adjustable shallow shelves instead of roll-outs. The pantry features crown and baseboard molding for a finished, furniture look.Criner RemodelingBEFORE: This floor plan illustrates Kitchen Cupboards Prices how the kitchen felt cut off from both the garden and the surrounding rooms on the first level of this home.Criner RemodelingAFTER: The removal of the wall between the kitchen and old dining room, the improved layout and the addition of the bay window seen here gave the couple the Kitchen Cupboards Prices views and space they wanted."