Switch hit kitchen remodel
Written by: Karen Bradner
Recently Marilyn and John Miller, who live in a Muirfield traditional that they built 16 years ago, found themselves in a bit of a situation: nearly all of their appliances had stopped working or were on their last leg. As far as looks go, the kitchen still worked for the couple. “It had a very European look that I liked,” Marilyn says, “But at the time every one of my appliances needed changed. We were just limping along.”
While the appliances were the motivation, the Millers knew that they wanted to change the layout of the space to accommodate their changing needs. The couple, who recently became empty nesters, had ideas on how they wanted to switch the space to work for when the two of them were home alone as well as when they entertained.
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