Great-Room and Kitchen Remodel- Danvers, MA
While having an expansive Great-Room and Kitchen area was desirable to these homeowners, the goal was to create some form of separation between living and dining space. The original peninsula blocked the flow of traffic to the breakfast nook and left a large amount of dead space between the living and kitchen areas. We solved this with an expanded island that could serve as seating and help to expand the kitchen into this unused middle area for more space and better flow.
Linen white cabinets with a coffee glaze on the main cabinets help to balance out the dark stained island cabinets. Full wood hood was used to cut down on the look of having too much stainless steel against the smaller corner part of the kitchen.