Designer Gail Drury, CKD, CBD, shifted the kitchen’s focal point from the corner window and sink to the limestone mantel hood and Wolf rangetop on the back wall. Cabinets now hang where the window once did. An arch supported by lighted glass cabinets sits atop the peninsula, separating the kitchen from the dining area while letting let in and creating display space for glassware and china. Hidden behind the island’s raised bar, a microwave and warming drawers help make the family’s busy schedule manageable. See next slide.
Glen Ellyn, IL