kitchen and living room addition
Sometimes a very small addition can make a huge difference. The main floor of this 1920s Wallingford bungalow was dominated by lots of tiny rooms. The dining room was closed off by a door from a dead-end kitchen, while a tiny main floor bedroom behind it was the only exit into the backyard. A 2' addition on that small room allowed it to be converted into a living room that blends naturally into the kitchen space, and provides attractive access into the yard.
By opening the wall to the dining room, this is now an open, light and bright space that is well loved and perfect for entertaining. Completed 2017
Architect: Kim Goforth
- custom cabinets with stained cherry island and quartz counters
- farm sink and artisan backsplash tile
- sliding double patio door
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