Moorestown, NJ – Carriage Hill Dr.
When the Russo family called us they were trying to make the best of their existing kitchen, which was original to their house built in the 1970s. In addition to wanting to transition to a modern design, they wanted the extensive soffits within the kitchen removed as they were making the space feel small and dark.
As a family of four with several dogs, and a husband who is a professional chef using the kitchen regularly, this small dark kitchen was in need of changes.
Kathryn, the Russo’s Remodeling Designer, prepared custom solutions that not only addressed each of their chief complaints, but made the space far more functional with a design that flowed with the rest of the home.
To start, we removed a half wall that separated the living area and the kitchen and expanded the kitchen into an underutilized adjoining room to create an open, free-flowing space for cooking and entertaining. We also addressed Mr. Russo’s slight visual impairment through a detailed lighting plan that included additional recess LED lights, under-cabinet lighting, and ample natural light.
From there, we carefully chose countertops, a backsplash, flooring, and accents. Of note are both the waterfall countertop used on the island and the pull-out utensil drawer within the cabinetry.
This family was left with a gorgeous, functional kitchen for cooking and entertaining that is professional chef-approved!
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