A nice size family home, this classic 1920’s Georgian had an impossibly tiny kitchen. With no possibility of expanding, a great design was the only hope.
The new kitchen makes use of every inch of available space. By opening part of the kitchen wall to the dining room, the casual eating area was relocated to bar seating. This freed up a space to move the refrigerator. By relocating the refrigerator, space was available for a large pantry cabinet, and so on. The new kitchen is open, bright, and well appointed. Perfect for a growing family.