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After living for years with a dark, cramped Sale Kitchen Cabinets stuck in the 1980s, a private chef and his wife decided to move their renovation plans to the front burner and create a space fit for a culinary pro. Now they have an understated and elegant kitchen that’s great for cooking, unwinding and socializing. "“Before” photo by Kerry W. Taylor; “after” photos by Jon Upson Architectural Photography AFTER: Taylor says the first big steps were removing an outmoded drop ceiling and doubling the 30-inch opening between the Sale Kitchen Cabinets and the dining room. This invited the kitchen not only into the dining room, to the left, but also into the nearby family room.TaylorPro Design & RemodelingThe layout of the new cabinets provides easily accessed zones for prep, storage, cooking and cleaning. Undercabinet lighting and angled power strips brighten the counters. More light filters in from the new bi-fold window that replaced the original sliding door. The lightweight window requires no sill. A porcelain bar top secured by stainless steel brackets now allows food and drinks to be passed to the outdoor area.TaylorPro Design & RemodelingThe chef also set his sights on top-notch Thermador appliances, including the dishwasher, range, Sale Kitchen Cabinets hood, 36-inch French-door refrigerator and 24-inch integrated microwave.TaylorPro Design & RemodelingTwo open wooden shelves are functional yet decorative, holding accessories, dinnerware and cookbooks while warming up the mostly neutral palette. The block is made of endgrain walnut, sapwood and sapele, an African wood similar to mahogany. The homeowners wanted a focal point that would lend a bit of Sale Kitchen Cabinets drama without competing with the quartz countertops and the 2-by-8-inch porcelain subway tile backsplash. The motif above the range was created with four 12-by-12-inch Lagos Azul limestone tiles and a complementing ornamental border. Nothing helps streamline the art of cooking like a large, deep kitchen sink. The homeowners chose a classic farmhouse-style sink in a biscuit hue and accessorized it with Sale Kitchen Cabinets such upscale features as the gooseneck faucet, soap dispenser, cold water filter and garbage disposal air switch. The team replaced a small window with a single swing door to allow in more light. The door can be pushed open or closed with just the slight thrust of a shoulder when hands are full. A floor-to-ceiling pantry fits nicely into a tight nook.TaylorPro Design & RemodelingAfter Sale Kitchen Cabinets widening the opening to the dining room, Taylor milled strips of reclaimed wood to random lengths, framed the opening and wrapped a structural beam above the hood.TaylorPro Design & RemodelingHe continued the rustic detailing on the other side of the wall in the dining room."