Here’s a creative solution to a kitchen too narrow for an eat-in space. Morris Black Designer Dan Lenner, CMKBD, had a client with a beautiful bank of windows in her kitchen. The challenge was finding space for storage, and a place for the range with venting to the outside – without eliminating windows.
Dan’s solution was to stack the wall opposite the widows with a bank of wall-cabinet depth storage cabinets. A peninsula devoted to cooking allowed the cook to face the adjacent family room, but use the surrounding countertops for food prep, not dining. He then added a small custom eat-in table where the homeowners could either dine facing a lit display area or reposition the chairs to eat facing each other. By using 12” deep wall cabinets, he kept an open traffic path through the kitchen, while still adding tons of storage.
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