1950's Galley Kitchen Transformed

/ ​Kitchen

Before

The 1950’s Galley kitchen had separate private areas for the kitchen, dining room, and living room. The homeowners wanted an open concept living space.

After

The goal was to transform the home into a more modern open concept living space. By removing the wall between the original galley style kitchen and dining room, and widening the opening between the dining room and living room the house has better flow, and allows Mom to keep an eye on the kids from the kitchen. This family worked with K-Co designers on layout, finishes and color palettes to create a space that is family friendly and ready for entertaining.

Project Highlights

  • Opened space by removing the wall between kitchen and dining room
  • Widened opening between dining room and living room
  • Improved lighting with task and can lighting in the kitchen, chandelier in dining room
  • Ample storage with Kemper cherry cabinets
  • Giallo Santo garnet counter with under-mount stainless sink
  • Mixed glass and stone back-splash
  • Faux Quartzite Flooring (porcelain tile replica) runs through-out kitchen, dining and entry way for cohesive look
  • New appliances, stainless steel and glass floating range hood
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