The former kitchen layout was a bit choppy and lacking in flow. The homeowner had also tired of the 1980's pickled oak cabinetry. Both issues were eliminated through a revised floor plan using flush maple cabinetry. All aspects of the design, from crown mouldings to backsplash tile to the hood selection, maintain the strong, linear appearance of a modern style.
By eliminating a rarely-used, adjacent powder room, the cramped nature of the former kitchen was eliminated. A top-mounted support beam was installed to carry the ceiling joists that were found to be bearing on one of the former powder room walls. Thus, an open ceiling plan was maintained.
Location: McMurray, PA
Cabinet Details: Full overlay, flush-style
Wood Species: Maple
Finish: Greige (Grey-beige) stain with satin lacquer top-coat
Countertops: Honed absolute black granite, double thickness on island
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