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Christopher and Quality Kitchen Cabinets Katie Conti loved being able to walk to restaurants and shops near their 100-year-old English farmhouse in Birmingham, Michigan. But walking through the kitchen was much less thrilling. A bulky reach-in pantry disrupted traffic flow, while a powder room took up additional prime floor space. Plus, floral wallpaper, distressed knotty pine cabinets and hard-to-clean clay tile counters didn’t suit the owners’ tastes. Working with kitchen designer Christine Ramaekers, the couple relocated the powder room to allow room for a central island and updated the style to better reflect their lifestyle. "“After” photos by Kate Benjamin Photography AFTER: Ramaekers relocated the powder room closer to the Quality Kitchen Cabinets foyer to create a more welcoming entry and give the couple their No. 1 request: a large island made for gathering. She then removed the old reach-in pantry and walkway to the butler’s pantry, and moved the entry into the dining room to allow space for a new walkway and larger walk-in pantry. “When we would visit friends, we were struck by the homes with islands that would feel comfortable and inviting, and we always wanted to have that,” Katie says. “The side bonus is that it’s also wonderful for cooking prep.” Katie and Ramaekers considered going with shade pendants over the Quality Kitchen Cabinets island, but knew that a pair of crystal chandeliers would give the kitchen sparkle and the touch of glam Katie wanted for contrast with the more rustic elements. “I love the crystal element in this kitchen,” Ramaekers says. “It adds a fun and pretty aspect to the room. If we chose something too simple, the kitchen would just fade away.” The oak floors throughout the first level of the home were refinished with an ebony stain and a satin finish to offer a rich look and to contrast the stainless steel appliances, including the French door-style refrigerator seen on the left in this photo. Across from the island, the new built-in banquette sits by a half wall that Quality Kitchen Cabinets separates the kitchen from a mudroom and family entrance. A padded bench adds comfort, and a large expandable wood harvest table gives the family flexibility when hosting casual gatherings. The design of the new walk-in pantry was inspired by a pantry with decorative cabinets on each side that Katie saw on Houzz. Because they wanted the kitchen to feel as open as possible, Katie and Ramaekers used Quality Kitchen Cabinets opaque glass doors for the front of the pantry, with glass shelves for display storage on each side. Inside, 25 square feet of storage space with electrical outlets holds smaller appliances and dry goods. The pantry also includes a beverage center and built-in cubbies that can hold 30 bottles of wine, keeping the kitchen’s main counters free of clutter. BEFORE: Here you can see how the old reach-in pantry, butler’s pantry and powder room took up Quality Kitchen Cabinets valuable floor and storage space.MainStreet Design BuildAFTER: The “after” plan illustrates how the relocation of the powder room and elimination of the butler’s and reach-in pantries allowed for a more family-friendly, functional and stylish kitchen for daily meals and entertaining."