Kitchen remodel celebrates island living
Written by: Karen Bradner
The layout of a Western Hills kitchen just wasn’t working for its owners for several reasons. First, the traffic flow was awkward at best. A wall and angled peninsula separated it from the family room requiring several steps around the peninsula to get to the kitchen. The refrigerator was placed in a position that, when its doors opened, cut off access to the room. And instead of a work triangle, the appliances were positioned in more of a work “L.”
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