For this project, the homeowners were debating on whether to undergo a full or partial kitchen remodel. Half of the kitchen worked nicely for them and their needs, but the other half, which included a separate angled island and a glass display space, certainly did not. The configuration and placement of the angled island area inhibited the dining space. And, the reduced depth cabinetry wasn’t enough storage for small appliances and/or larger items. One of the biggest wants for this updated kitchen was countertop space and cabinet storage. With all that being said, the homeowners decided on a partial remodel (with their extra funds going to their master bathroom)! From a design standpoint, we freshened up the existing space with new large Quartz countertops, white chevron patterned backsplash tile, and a new sink and faucet with a pull down spray head. Peninsula cabinets were added to include extra deep drawers for larger items, a wastebasket and recycling station, and a tray divider cabinet for serving trays. The door style of the new cabinets actually worked to compliment the existing cabinets well, without having to match them. For their table, we included a custom wood top, stained to coordinate with the cherry wood perimeter cabinets. This space easily seats 6 people with room to spare, which is important in any family’s home! Lastly, we installed a new chandelier to highlight the seating are and really bring the room together.