Photo: Milt Borchert
“The client wanted display storage for her antique tins, an open area that provided much interaction between friends and family at frequent gatherings, and an island with a cooktop and seating for two people.
"To accomplish the storage requirements, as well as the display areas for her antique tins, the cabinetry was extended to the ceiling, thus creating ample storage for a unique look behind glass. The left and right of the sink provide an abundance of workspace necessary for meal preparation and cleanup. The cabinetry extended down to the countertop allows for additional storage behind glass for her antique tins. The island with professional range provides an open setting for family and guests. Additional space at the end of the island allowed more antique tins to be displayed."
Designer: Kirby Clarke
Aaah! The Kitchen Place
Fort Collins, Colorado