The Cohen family needed a new kitchen. Their 1970s kitchen was small, lacked storage, and had a pole and support beam separating the kitchen from the breakfast room.
Morris Black Designer Rich Kruse came to their rescue. Looking to join the two smaller rooms into one space, he removed the post and wall, creating one large space… big enough for an 11-foot island that can seat 6. The family gained 6 feet of pantry storage – loaded with rollouts for easy access. The island has a beverage center, so the Cohen daughters can access drinks while doing homework at the island. There is raised seating at the end of the island so the Cohen family and friends can gather in the kitchen. The perimeter cabinets are loaded with extras, too – double rollout trash container, double sink, microhood and all new stainless steel appliances. Rich’s remodel is the perfect family friendly upgrade for this active family.