For Natalie and Brian’s kitchen remodel, the wall between the kitchen and dining room was removed to help create an open floor plan and make the kitchen appear and feel larger. Their original kitchen was a U- shape which makes kitchens smaller, therefore, an L-shape kitchen was used the the remodel with an island off to the side. The original formal dining room can now be used as an informal eating area, where guest can gather at the table and the island. These clients really didn’t want an all white kitchen, but they still wanted to keep it neutral. Therefore, white base cabinets where used for the perimeter, dune on the wall cabinets and pantries, which aloud the island to be a blue accent color. These colors not only coordinate well but they are also timeless.