This young couple came to Bright Designlab with a predicament: They love to entertain, however their existing kitchen was sorely lacking the function and flow needed to host friends and family. In addition, though the house is from the 1920's, the kitchen had been remodeled in the 1950's and just didn't fit... it was time to make a change. Our team designed the new kitchen to mingle the clients' modern aesthetic with elements that speak to the sensibilities of the 1920's structure. The new plan embraces the adjacent dining room, adding a small wet bar, and allows guests to easily interact with their hosts. To gain functional space and light without adding square footage we designed in deep counters, focused work zones, a new window and a pantry. This helped to achieve the goal of creating an open space that functions well for two cooks to work in tandem.
SCOPE: Full kitchen design. Space planning, material selections, cabinetry detailing, and lighting. General Contractor, John Fouch.