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"“After” photos by Ryan Hill, 8183 Studio BEFORE: The range, oven and refrigerator area prior to the renovation. As the first Prefab Cupboards image shows, the layout remains basically the same. Orion Design, Inc.Rishel created the peninsula to facilitate easy entertaining; the homeowners use it to lay out food for their frequent dinner guests. Dowd and Burton keep the beverage fridge stocked with beers from their local microbrewery, along with white wine and soda. “This is a self-serve place,” Dowd says. “You get it; you make yourself at home.” This is the heart of the cooking zone. The owners chose double ovens: a standard model for the lower, and a speed oven that can be used as a convection or a microwave oven for the upper. “It allows them to have a double oven and not eat up extra space with a third appliance like a microwave,” Rishel says. “In a small kitchen, that’s really nice.” The homeowners are drawn to modern style with midcentury elements; the townhome was Prefab Cupboards constructed in the midcentury era. They like natural finishes and clean lines and “everything having purpose,” Rishel says. She chose walnut in a natural finish for the wood, and clean, flat counter fronts with simple pulls. “There’s not a lot of unnecessary detail,” Dowd says. To the left of the ovens is a hallway that leads to the entry. Rishel used that space to install a walnut pantry and a landing zone that the owners use as a coffee station. Orion Design, Inc.The homeowners are avid art collectors, with eclectic tastes. Above the peninsula they’ve hung a painting of two horses Prefab Cupboards with a Western cowboy feel.AFTER: Note the addition of the peninsula in the new floor plan." "Photos by Blackstone Edge Problems: The kitchen in the historic home had undergone what Chelly dubbed a “big-box store special” years before the couple moved in. The cabinets had a Thermafoil finish that her toaster had melted; the floors were red vinyl-composite tiles that were popping up all over; storage was lacking and the placement of the bulky refrigerator made the room feel cramped.C Change DesignCabinets: The couple had already painted Prefab Cupboards the trim around the rest of the house in Mascarpone by Benjamin Moore and wanted to continue that look through the kitchen for a seamless, period-appropriate look. They painted the upper cabinets and walls in the same color. But Chelly wanted the lower cabinets to help the windows pop even more, so she chose a charcoal gray paint for them. Kitchen plan (before): Note here the lack of cabinets in the nook, the placement of the range (middle left) and fridge (middle bottom) and the placement of the back door and basement stairs (far left).Kitchen plan (after): The bulky refrigerator had cluttered up this spot directly across from the sink. Chelly swapped the placement of the range with that of the fridge. “This small change made the kitchen feel so much bigger Prefab Cupboards and more open,” she says. Before PhotoBefore: Here’s a look at how the refrigerator and range were placed before the renovation.C Change DesignRefrigerator: The fridge is now part of a cabinet wall where the range had been. Because its true cabinet depth is only 24 inches, the new refrigerator doesn’t impede on the room as much as the old one did, and the freestanding piece integrates well into cabinetry. Range: Phil’s working kitchen style is shown off best in this photo. He opted for a Prefab Cupboards professional-looking stainless finish on the range and hood, and Chelly found durable quartz that resembles concrete for the countertops. The cabinets on either side are narrow but highly efficient — one side holds spices, oils and vinegars, while the other has inserts with built-in buckets for more cooking utensils. Because they are low on counter space here, the couple made the most of the range backsplash by adding a utensil rack. Eat-in nook: Before, the couple had a longer rectangular table in here that hogged Prefab Cupboards space. By switching to this round table from Rejuvenation, Chelly was able to fit cabinets along either side. The table’s cast-iron base and marble top add period-appropriate character, which she contrasted by using modern Globus Chairs. “Rejuvenation was founded in Portland, and I even used to work in the same building as their offices. Using their products was appropriate not only for our home’s age but also for Portland,” she says. Chelly and Phil can set up a buffet on one side of the nook, while this other side Prefab Cupboards serves as a bar. They love wine and have a wine cellar in their finished basement, while liquor, glassware and other cocktail supplies all are housed here."