The goal of this project
was to convert a very small, outdated kitchen into a room with a more
spacious, warm, and traditional feel, indigenous to this 1923 Georgetown
home. It required the demolition of the kitchen including some of the
walls and ceiling and the adjacent powder room for additional space.
By removing partition walls between the kitchen and the sitting and
dining area they were able to take advantage of light from the existing
windows. The back wall was reframed to accommodate five Andersen
casement windows. To create additional storage they used 12" base
cabinets under the breakfast bar as well as a 6" pull-out base cabinet
next to the sink.
Working within the confines of limited space, they more than achieved
their goals for this project.