This kitchen in Meridian-Kessler was built in 1935 and received very few updates over the years. The homeowners were eager to transform the small kitchen into a welcoming gathering space. Walls were removed to join the kitchen, dining, and breakfast areas.
Maximizing Space in the New Kitchen
The beam running perpendicular to the stove shows where the old kitchen ended. The new floorplan beautifully maximizes every inch of square footage and lets the natural light flood the new space.
A Calming Color Palette
Poplar cabinetry on the island and the built-in buffet are a tranquil shade of blue, while the perimeter cabinetry is a crisp white. The original hardwood flooring was patched and refinished. Shiplap trim and custom corbels complete this stunning remodel.