The owner’s of this 1930’s home wanted to update and open up their kitchen space. By removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room and bumping out and squaring off the original bay window breakfast nook , we were able to achieve an open and airy feel. We reconfigured the layout thus creating more storage and room for a large central island. An adjacent space was created for a desk and seating area. Custom shaker painted cabinets with granite surround the perimeter and a mahogany island with a Cararra marble top is a focal center piece.