All Wood Kitchen Cabinets
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS finished kitchen cabinets ,Solid Wood Doors & Plywood Boxes,Soft Closing Hardware. FACTORY DIRECT 10'x10' Kitchens only $1400.
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Josh and Alisa Vitello love to cook and have family and friends over. But All Wood Kitchen Cabinets the Seattle couple, the parents of daughter Olivia, 4, and son Oscar, almost 1, were finding it difficult to create daily meals and host dinner parties in the tight 150-square-foot galley kitchen in their updated 1900s Craftsman house. “Anytime we had people over, they would try to congregate in the kitchen, and it was impossible,” Alisa says. “My husband and I would try to work at the counter and do a little dance to figure out a rhythm to get anything done.” "The Vitellos wanted to maintain the charm of their classic home, while also infusing the space with their own personality and some color. Working with kitchen designer Kayron Brewer, they did small bump-outs in the back and side of the kitchen that added 40 square feet, and used a combination of rich neutral finishes with bold walls to create a user-friendlier kitchen with a better connection to the rest of the home. “Bumping out the back portion was the key part of making this kitchen work,” Brewer says. “It All Wood Kitchen Cabinets just has much better flow and a better feel.” “After” photos by Dan Farmer The Dutch door opens to a new small back deck and a staircase that leads to the backyard. “Maintaining the existing exit in that location of the house was important for safety, as well as being able to access the backyard,” Brewer says. The location of the windows meant there was no space for a wall outlet. A handy pop-up power grommet on the counter to the right of the Dutch door brings power to the area. The underside of the All Wood Kitchen Cabinets top cap has a watertight seal to prevent any spills from seeping into the unit. “It’s really accessible and just makes a lot of sense,” Alisa says. BEFORE: This photo shows the other end of the kitchen, looking toward the dining room. The kitchen’s old white refrigerator sat next to the narrow doorway that limited flow between the kitchen and dining room. The depth and location of the refrigerator and closeness of the cabinets also restricted function on a portion of the countertops.Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B7AFTER: The existing narrow doorway and wall were All Wood Kitchen Cabinets completely removed, so now the kitchen and dining room enjoy better access and flow. A shallow upper cabinet for knife storage with another shallow cabinet below for storage of cork trivets was added to the right of the dishwasher, with an existing chimney stack behind it. The chimney stack ran from the basement, where the furnace is located, through the kitchen and upstairs into the master bedroom. The brick structure was dismantled to gain space, but was still needed for venting. Running a vent pipe All Wood Kitchen Cabinets from the furnace through the kitchen and disguising it with the shallow cabinetry was a smart cosmetic and functional solution. The lower cabinet contains a concealed beverage center. “They like to entertain a lot, and having additional space for beverages was important,” Brewer says. “Because this is such a long galley kitchen with the main refrigerator located on one end, it was nice to have this beverage center located by the dining room.” This photo shows the other side of the kitchen’s new peninsula, home to the beverage center. The peninsula provides seating for casual meals and acts as the new divider between the kitchen and All Wood Kitchen Cabinets dining room. All the other walls in the kitchen feature a spicy and elegant jalapeño color. “They like lively colors, but it also ties in to some of their existing colors in their living room, in artwork and fabrics,” Brewer says. “It was to give the kitchen more life and some pop, and make it more lively than a traditional kitchen.” This bank of cabinets provides storage for occasionally used items, like platters and trays. The shallow cabinets, about 15 inches deep, couldn’t be full depth because they would restrict traffic flow. This floor plan of the original kitchen shows how the kitchen was cut off from the dining room, and how the old back door took up space that could be used for pantry storage and the kitchen’s All Wood Kitchen Cabinets large main refrigerator.Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K BThe new floor plan shows how the bump-outs at the back and side give the kitchen more flow and function, and how the kitchen now enjoys an improved connection with the dining room."