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Ten years ago, San Diego fire captain Rick Nelson went to buy groceries at his local supermarket. There he met his future wife, Cherie, who was the supervisor at the Wooden Kitchen Cupboards front checkout section. The two of them, who both had young-adult children, dated and eventually settled into Rick’s 35-year-old, 1,517-square-foot cottage in nearby Carlsbad. "“After” photos by Nathan Padilla Bowen BEFORE: This photo shows how removing the peninsula freed up floor space. The blue tape on the floor designates where the new center island now stands, and the blue tape inside the square shows the location of the new cooktop in the island. “We wanted more space for our buck, but I couldn’t Wooden Kitchen Cupboards imagine how we could have an island there,” Cherie says. “Karen really simplified this for us.” AFTER: In addition to removing the peninsula and wall between the kitchen and living room, they raised the kitchen ceiling 13 inches to really open things up. Views to the side yard where Rick built a greenhouse can be enjoyed from the swivel stools at the island. The birch cabinets and drawers, painted in Dunn-Edwards’ Whisper white and with satin nickel knobs and pulls, have a rubbed finish on the edges for a hint of a distressed look. This close-up shot shows the texture of the backsplash, and the LED Wooden Kitchen Cupboards light bars and receptacles under the upper cabinets. “I did it specifically because we had very limited space to do detailed tile trim,” Wirrig says. “In order not to break it up with outlet faces, we put an undercabinet outlet bar that’s hidden from view so we have a complete run of decorative tile.”Karen Cole Designs6This front side of the island includes a combination of storage solutions. Two large center drawers below Wooden Kitchen Cupboards the cooktop are for pots and pans, while the two small drawers to the left and right are for utensils. The narrow cabinet on the left is a pullout spice rack, and the narrow cabinet on the right stores cookie sheets.Karen Cole Designs2In this shot you can see a side cabinet on the island that was included for a pop-up mixer, which helps the island become a baking station. “That’s my favorite,” Cherie says. “I love to bake, Wooden Kitchen Cupboards and have a big mixer that’s super heavy, and it would have to be brought in from the garage before. Rick would do that for me. It was such a production to bring in the mixer. That pop-up is my little treat.”Before PhotoKaren Cole DesignsBEFORE: This photo shows what the adjacent dining room with old oak parquet floors looked like before the renovation, and how the lower ceiling in the kitchen made the space feel cut off.Karen Cole Designs2AFTER: Now the dining room blends with the kitchen. The chandelier chimneys over the dining Wooden Kitchen Cupboards room table have the same seeded glass seen in the kitchen. This buffet, which sits between the dining room and kitchen, was designed by Wirrig using standard cabinetry to create a custom look. Seeded glass was used for the upper cabinet doors, with Wooden Kitchen Cupboards furniture-feel hardware. “It’s a much more economical way to add storage than buying a standard buffet,” Wirrig says. Here is a photo of Cherie and Rick from their backyard wedding in 2014. “The updated kitchen allows me to interact when when I have family and friends over,” Cherie says. “Before, they would joke I was stuck in my little cave. When Rick was here, this was the space where we could be together. He Wooden Kitchen Cupboards could watch golf on TV or read the newspaper while I was cooking. That’s where all of our conversations happened. Every time people came over, even when he was sick, he would entertain us. He could just light up a room.”"