The homeowners of this 1928 pre-war home wanted to improve and modernize the functionality of their kitchen and dining, but still preserve the home’s classic style.
The kitchen was reconfigured to move the stove to the same side as the sink, improving workspace efficiency while making room for additional cabinetry. The former galley kitchen is now anchored by a Myrtlewood butcher block peninsula that provides more workspace and a casual dining option. An older, smaller addition was replaced by a larger addition to create a designated dining room with built-in bench seating. Additional cabinetry and a countertop in the corner can be used as a bar or serving area.
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