Transitional Universal Design Kitchen

Dark Family room with outdated wood paneling

The old kitchen was cut up into a breakfast area and kitchen peninsula.

The smaller refrigerator stands out far from the cabinetry.

This wood paneled wall was removed to open up the kitchen into the family room.

Wide open newly remodeled kitchen with Macassar ebony base cabinets at the island and in the wet bar.

No upper wall cabinets allows a scenic view of the greenery in the back yard and letting in lots of natural daylight!

The pendant lights are hung in uneven increments creating a rhythm throughout

The wood-look porcelain floor tiles coordinate with the color scheme of the wall tiles, macassar wood cabinets and wall paint.

The lowered counter is table height in lieu of a separate breakfast table. The craftsman style columns, door trim and base trim keep this kitchen transitional.
The lighted uppers of the tall cabinets have glass doors to display glassware and bring more light into the room.
The Professional range and hood are adjacent to a pull-out with a retractable top, filled with cooking utensils and condiments.
This Aging in Place kitchen features dual level countertops, below counter microwave drawer, plentiful drawers, French door Refrigerator and abundant layered lighting.
The Family room is lightened considerably with the extended tile flooring, light painted walls and ceiling.
The sink area has plentiful counter space on which to work adjacent to a waste/recycle cabinet and dishware drawers.

Keeping the countertop clear with this slide out garage.

Sink side of wet bar with red and black tile wall.

Wet bar vessel sink and waterfall faucet on Black Galaxy granite counters.

New colorful wet bar with black and red tile.

The new wet bar has LED lights that change from cool to warm colors to suit any mood!

Barb Mueller

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