This project presented quite an interesting challenge for us. The homeowners recognized that their existing kitchen was dark, outdated, dysfunctional, and very dated.
So, they wanted an eat-in kitchen, an island, apron front sink, and as much storage as they could find. Besides the kitchen, they wanted to renovate the rear entry and add a powder room for first floor.
The intriguing part of this project was the unique storage options and the banquette creating the eat-in kitchen. Had we designed a typical banquette, it would have either not had enough seating, or the seating would have been in the way of the path from the formal dining room to the kitchen.
So, we designed banquette seating on the ends of the table that slide in and out as needed, thus adding more seating when the kids have friends over, or mom and dad can invite two couples over for dinner.