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Deb and Michael Linley know how to make a thing last. They got 27 long years out of their Shaker Kitchen Cabinets 1960s ranch-style kitchen, through the raising of their now-grown daughter and son, without a single update. But the Linleys also know how to move on. After nearly three decades, it was time for the carpet (yes, in the kitchen), mismatched cabinetry and awkward hallway to go. “We were down to one working burner on the range, and the dishwasher no longer worked,” Deb says. “I had never even purchased a brand-new stove in my life, so this kitchen was just the one thing I wanted for me. It was my heart’s desire.” "Kitchen at a Glance “After” photos by Zachary Seib Photography The five-burner cooktop is in the same location as the previous range. A counter added to the right of the cooktop creates symmetry and adds much-needed workspace. Three large drawers and two cabinets below the cooktop offer lots of storage. The top shallow drawer holds dish towels and plastic wrap, while the middle drawer offers storage for pots and pans. A deep bottom drawer was Shaker Kitchen Cabinets included for large pots and casserole dishes. A pullout spice rack in an upper cabinet to the right of the cooktop keeps salt, pepper and spices within arm’s reach and helps the counters stay free of clutter.Renovations Group Inc3The refrigerator was moved over about 3 feet, allowing space for the new wall ovens. The kitchen’s sink was moved slightly to the left to be centered under the upgraded window. A roomy double-basin farmhouse sink was a splurge, but Shaker Kitchen Cabinets Deb and Michael were able to save money by comparison shopping and purchasing the sink online for $2,200 (priced elsewhere for $4,000) and using the Moen faucet they used with their previous sink. A molding detail added between the bottom of the sink and the Shaker Kitchen Cabinets top of the cabinets gives the sink area a finished look. Because of the sink’s heavy weight, extra support was built into the cabinet below. Because Deb is 5 feet, 3 inches tall, the baking center counter to the left of the dishwasher was lowered so she could roll pie crusts and work on bread doughs in Shaker Kitchen Cabinets comfort. “I love it because you can really lean into stuff with the lower counter,” she says. BEFORE: This shot shows the old kitchen’s eat-in breakfast table and a non-load-bearing wall that was part of a narrow and awkward hallway to the back door. Eliminating this wall improved traffic flow and gave the kitchen more space. Upgrading the existing double-hung windows to crank-out casement windows helped accentuate the height of the kitchen.Renovations Group Inc2AFTER: A raised eating bar with turned posts replaced the old breakfast table. The window by the breakfast table was removed, and a Shaker Kitchen Cabinets horizontal window with views of the backyard and nearby nature trail was installed to the right of the original window. The new back door, now part of the kitchen, has a decorative window insert with a storm door on the outside. BEFORE: This floor plan of the old kitchen shows the lack of counters and general workspace, and how the round breakfast table and awkward hallway were taking up space.AFTER: The new floor plan shows the user-friendlier layout with extended countertops, lots of storage Shaker Kitchen Cabinets options and the new eating bar."