A quaint kitchen in Manhattan gives the feeling of home and comfort
Bright colorful walls, hanging lights, alternate colored set-in kitchen cabinets, and blond wood refinished floors gives this small kitchen design a cheerful disposition.
In this kitchen remodel, Eclectic Builders was tasked with having to enlarge a very small, very dark kitchen without “bumping out” (adding on, or building an addition). They created a better “connection” between the kitchen and the dining room by using this creative use of the hand cut carving block, kitchen island. The new, open design lets the early rising sun flood the kitchen with light.
Open floor plans and uses of a kitchen island have long been part of contemporary design, this one has been put to good use with the efficient use of built-in kitchen cabinets beneath the island as well as above the stainless steel ventilation hoods and back-splashes in this unique small kitchen design.