This original kitchen was dull and overpowered by wood tones. The angled walls and peninsula made the space tight and nonfunctional for the family. By taking out the angled walls and soffits, the kitchen felt much larger and allowed for a better cabinet design. We made the 48” range with a custom designed metal hood the focal point of this space. The updated peninsula allows for more functional seating. Soft white cabinetry was used with an accent of hickory wood-stained cabinets for the sink bump out, the full height bifold cabinet, shiplap on the back of the island cabinetry, floating shelves, and the interior of the glass front cabinetry. Handmade clay zellige tile, was installed for the backsplash for added texture and uniqueness. Touches of brass can be found for the hardware and light fixtures. The soft white cabinetry gives this space a brighter feel, while the hickory cabinetry and clay backsplash tile add the perfect amount of warmth to the kitchen.