The beautifully remodeled eat-in kitchen has an open concept design that allows the kitchen and breakfast nook to share natural light. The design also increases the functionality of the space with a peninsula that allows for easy food serving and a clear line of sight that allows for the visual connectedness of the two areas, making this a great place for entertaining or a quiet breakfast with the family.
This remodeled kitchen blends contemporary and Craftsman styles to create a one-of-a-kind space. Cream lower cabinets pair with neutral stone countertops, while glass-front wood upper cabinets elegantly display dishes. A stained glass window above the breakfast nook is a nod to the home's original character.
The remodeled living room has a spacious feel and opens onto the new kitchen and dining nook. Some of the home's original features, like operational pocket doors, were retained and incorporated into the new design