Cheerful Park Hill Bungalow Kitchen to Start the Day
We combined the outdated kitchen and dining room in this 1920s Park Hill bungalow to become a bright and cheery, but period-appropriate, open kitchen and new sitting room. The former living room at the front of the house has become the formal dining room. The homeowner told me after the project was completed that she didn't realize how negatively the kitchen had affected her mood until now. She is happy now to start off every day in her new kitchen!
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The wall between the original kitchen and formal dining room
The original kitchen
The original kitchen: one obstacle was the exposed slope of the stairs to the basement
Mary enjoys the construction progress. The archway was made slightly smaller to allow for a TV wall in the new sitting room.
No more wall between the two rooms! We created a bright open kitchen with peninsula seating for two.
White quartz counters and plenty of cabinet storage make this a very functional kitchen.
Pullout pantry next the refrigerator allows pantry items to be viewed from both sides.
The sitting room as seen from the kitchen.
Beautiful Ann Sacks herringbone tile accents range area.