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A pipe leak motivated Michael Bodaken and Fran Bernstein to finally tackle some home improvement projects in their 1930s center hall Colonial-style home in Maryland. Apart from updating all the pipes, they took on a serious makeover of their small and dark L-shaped Low Price Kitchens to get more light, better circulation, and more efficient storage and workspace. "Photos by Stacy Zarin Goldberg Photography Elegant steel-blue pendant lights with a teardrop silhouette hang over the new island. “We splurged on those,” Bernstein says. “There’s something really light and airy about them, and I thought the pendants went really well with the backsplash.” Muted blue and gray mosaic tiles form a soft, calming backsplash. Milk-white, highly polished quartz countertops feature touches of muted gray. “The Low Price Kitchens backsplash has a wonderful texture that also brings in some color,” Goldman notes. “[Bernstein] didn’t want a backsplash that would pop too much. The matte finish on the tiles is a counterpoint to the shiny counters. It’s nice to mix up finishes.” A 36-inch-wide corner pantry cabinet was built on-site. “We didn’t have a pantry before, so this gives us much more room for food that isn’t being refrigerated,” Low Price Kitchens Bernstein says. The five-burner, duel-fuel convection range has a separate baking drawer for more cooking options. The wood frame on the vent hood was painted to match the surrounding cabinetry for a cohesive look. BEFORE: This floor plan of the original kitchen shows a more compact layout and inadequate countertop space for the couple’s needs. A nearby powder room (top center) and a closet area to the right of that took up valuable floor space. The stairs (bottom right) lead down to Low Price Kitchens the basement.AFTER: Removing the closet and pushing the powder room to the right wall freed up more space for an open layout. “Just sitting in the kitchen and being able to look out the window is great,” Bernstein says. “It’s a more welcoming, brighter space.”" After making their dream a reality by buying a 5-acre plot of land with a small farm, this couple set out designing and building a new home with sweeping views of the Texas Hill Country. Topping their wish list was a kitchen with soaring ceilings and large windows, not easy to Low Price Kitchens design in an area where the sun can be unrelenting. "Photos by Casey Woods Photography The builder for the project, Ethan Jones of Capital Construction Co., says supporting the 38-foot span of the kitchen and living room area with no internal walls to help carry the load required a beefy 6¼-by-19½-inch solid ridge beam, 20-foot-high scaffolding and a crane for installation. Because high winds are common in the area, the gable end walls required significant bracing and hold-down brackets. The homeowners wanted windows that overlooked a courtyard where their kids would be playing, so they decided to forgo upper cabinets. Open white pine shelving on wrought Low Price Kitchens iron brackets keeps views open while storing dishes. A Mexican cement tile backsplash adds a graphic element to the space. A farmhouse-style sink sits in the walnut butcher block-topped island. The perimeter countertop is concrete. For the west-facing wall featuring a pantry and desk, Heroy originally had wanted more windows but had to consider the intense Texas sun and how to keep it from overheating the Low Price Kitchens interiors. A small window over the desk offers a picture view. The larger window on the left will eventually be shaded by trees. Here, the kitchen floor plan is shown highlighted in yellow. The small rectangular area to the left of the kitchen is the exterior courtyard. The bedrooms are at the far left, at the front of the house. The long rectangular porch on the far right is at the rear of Low Price Kitchens the house."