This dark, dingy and impractical kitchen was transformed by Adrian Graves of Fiesta Design. The client, a professional chef no less, wanted a new, light and airy kitchen ht without high wall units that would draw the eye to the low ceiling. Adrian delivered, and how! The new design very much kept with the initial requirements but also managed to bring the kitchen further into the space, opening up the entire area rather than only half as in the original layout. Adrian introduced an island which not only gave the client a very additional work surface but also offers bar height seating as well as a lower level for family dining. The full height back painted glass back splash is a great finishing touch and gives the room an added dimension.
The client loves her new kitchen which has become the place where the family gather. More pictures after ‘continue’.