When we first saw this kitchen, it was unchanged from its original construction in 1986, with oak cabinets and a dividing wall that closed the kitchen off from the attached bonus room. Because this home already had both a formal dining room and a family room, the bonus room was essentially wasted space. We ended up increasing the footprint of the kitchen by removing the dividing wall, and adding a very large island to incorporate the entire space. The kitchen features two sinks, two dishwashers, hidden outlets on top of the island, under cabinet LED lighting, and much more.
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